A new age (11) and a new year (2013) makes a new taste. One of it is programming, especially with Scratch —> scratch.mit.edu
My programming taste increased, and I began to learn HTML now, and I almost know really much about HTML. Now I focused on CSS, Cascading Style Sheets, and cute creative navigation bars. CSS is really interesting, because how CSS could not just help you style webs, but also help you make interactive text and image galleries.
But still, no matter how simple Scratch is, it’s in my heart. Not only I love to program with it, but also I love the great communities, friendly and helpful. Since Scratch is created for kids, I loved to share jokes with peoples who loved jokes. I have even selected as the 102th curator! Not a pretty number, but I’m lucky already being chosen; It’s a chance ONCE in a life. Once you be a curator, you can’t be one again.
At first I kind of jealous at (username) StarscreamClone, who got the 100th, or ImagineIt, who’s 101th. But now, I’m not. At first I hate my username, Rumanti. but I love how unique and “strange” it is to pure “english-speakers”.
Programming is still like that: Created to help peoples, a thing the peoples are amazed at. I can’t help feel excited when I discover @font-face, where you could use “global” fonts that are put to “global” servers and could be viewed, no matter if the user have install the font or not. text-shadow still amazes me. It could make you embossed, 3d-ey. even glowing texts, beside old shadows.
Whenever you’re a programmer, a browser (people that browse, not the browser itself, like firefox, opera, etc.) or anything, as long you uses the computer, a programmer really helpful to you