Founder of the Colorless
&& Computer Science student
I'm the guy who created the Durarara-eque chat back in March 2010 and later developed the message board and other modules of the site. I refactored the code about 4 times with significant visual and functional changes. I am satisfied with the outcome and as such no longer developing it. I am also no longer the administrator of the site, for that, see @Warlock.
I like tea and calculating statistics. I am a big fan of the scientific method, and as such, an atheist. My Internet identity has its roots in the so-called aniblogosphere, but I am not interested in Japanese animation anymore.
Feel free to message me if you have any questions. Testing.
Gargron joined on May 2nd, 2010, since that has made 1092 posts that are still accessible today, 159 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Gargron has given 1979 upvotes, and was last online on May 22nd, 2013.
Because good things take effort. And maybe because this is a little backwards: first you have a question, then you ask it. Here we try to come up with questions to ask. Maybe that's why.
We don't track such things. It would be against our idea of privacy.
I fail so much in comparison with you ;w; -sobsob-
And here is my card for @Keri :>
I'm sorry, but are youon?
I'm sorry, I never studied web development. I am autodidact, though since I'm still at school and taking an informatics course I will eventually get there. Though I doubt I will study web development - I am more interested in doing desktop software/game development.
I guess the best study tip for anything is "be genuinely interested in it", then you will learn it easily.
Devin Townsend - Dinosaurs
No. If you think a post that is not a thread was given a lot of effort and was well written and helpful, you can "Mark [it] as helpful", but there are no "thumbs down".
Generally, when working on the concept I tried to minimize everything negative. I think that this site should make people's days lighter, and not the other way around. That's why there is no way to ever downvote anything. If you don't like something: don't vote for it.
A diamond necklace sounds big! I don't have anyone to gift someone right now, though I do have a crush, and someone to give a valentine card to as well. Valentine's Day is not popular in Germany (not among my age group, anyway, we sort of grew out of that stuff).