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: Sometimes my brain comes up with alternate lyrics to a song. It's not a mondegreen because I know the real lyrics, and anyway the alternate lyrics bear only the slightest resemblance to the real ones. The lyrics my brain comes up with are generally more interesting than the dull, mundane actual lyrics; I think my subconscious thinks that if it comes up with better lyrics to the song, the actual lyrics will change.

Am I the only one this happens to? The only one who talks about it on their weblog?

Example (this happened to me just now):

Then I saw her face
Now I'm a subscriber!

: I did some useful (for my talk) work on NewsBruiser, and then I did some useless work on NewsBruiser, like adding support for the ESF syndication format. Down at the bottom top of the front page there are now TXT/XML/ESF buttons that I copied from Nick's weblog diary. In short: believe it, y'all.

: Cool ASCII art (found on clickolinko, probably only works in Mozilla and derivatives (standards compliance is a good value-added differentiator)): The Kitchen Sink. A daring blend of the old and new schools. Soon to be a major motion Easter egg!


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