29 May 2002
(updated 29 May 2002 at 06:20 UTC) »
Spent some time tweaking somebody-else's code, about a
very interesting for its simplicity, though. Anyway, I was
able to get a copy of it, made a little change to it and
posted it here
. What was added was a div tag right under the
paragraph, plus some minor changes in how the answers are
displayed. It now uses the innerHTML object to change the
value of the div.
It seems that it is possible adding another method that
somehow provides for the page to retain its state while
another method gets sent to the server. This feature can be
useful for data islands, though. Rather than doing it at
the document level, this method will act on items a little
lower than the document level. Things like divs and other
scope tags are good candidates for this method.
It appears though that some pages are unavailable at the
moment. It contains my own interpretation of a historical
event and the corresponding social anf religious impacts.
gaudium et spes
Currently reading this pastoral letter in preparation for a
criticism that I am planning to write. It appears that the
stewardship has been lost. Something is terribly wrong
here. Something went wrong in the third world why most
people accept their fate as such.
Found one very good article about a priest getting jailed
for libel. A senator filed a libel case against the priest
who was only advocating justice. IMO, priest are basically
the ones who normally fight for the poor against injustices
and terrible inhuman acts. And it is normal for priest to
go to jail for a just cause. What I find intriguing was how
history changed their roles. Now, they seem so refined,
almost like an intellectual who will probably never work in
the poorest part of the city.