What is 0x2121.com?
I've always wanted to do a comic strip, but have lacked the artistic
talent and general ability to make humorous remarks that the average
non-me would get ior* appreciate.
And then... As fate would have it, a friend introduced me to
a wonderful comic,
xkcd, which proved neither of those
things were sigificant limiting factors. I could write a comic
for the sake of "why not". As such this comic is heavily inspired by
xkcd as well as some of my childhood comics (including
The Farside, FoxTrot and Calvin & Hobbes) which I'm sure are
also partially to blame for my current state.
* think of an ior as a more concise and less confuzzing way to say "and/or".
Who is this RicMoo guy, and what's wrong with him??
He tends to procrastinate and put things off a lot. This will
be corrected in future releases. Any new bug opened against this
request will be auto-resolved as a dup.
[@TODO: Fill in here]
What's a Yeknom?
Did ohw esoht ot seigolopa. Ti ezilaer reven ll'uoy, ti daer
t'ndid uoy ecnis tub. Yltcerroc esoohc uoy esoppus i, ecnatsbus
laer on dah txet fo kcolb siht ecnis, hguohtla. Emahs a s'ti.
Ti daer evah dluohs uoy tub. Noitanalpxe yna uoy ewo t'nod i
os dna, siht gnidaer t'nera uoy esac hcihw ni, ot gniyrt t'nera
uoy sselnu. Sdrawkcab siht daer ot gniyrt ni emit hcum sa
tsevni d'uoy nosaer emas eht rof, llew? Gniht a hcus od i dluow yhw.
Sdrawkcab hpargarap eritne siht etirw ot dediced ev'i, kral a sa.
What does 0x2121.com mean?
With the ever depleeting supply of reasonable domain names,
one must be clever to get a decent one these days. Giving
up after a few hours of trying to be clever, I settled on being
nerdy and random. Everyone loves a good hexidecimal number, and
any bash user will testify to the almighty power of
"!!". Also, it's repeated, making it 2 less bytes you have to
place into the persistent storage of your brain. And if you ever forget
the domain (unintentionally), just remember a few simple keystrokes:
$ echo -n '!!' | xxd
I'll fill more in this FAQ section as time permits and specific
questions' frequencies approached the rate of "frequently asked"
(by distinct persons).