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  • A web development framework, using the Ruby language and based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design pattern.

    August 8, 2009

  • Clicking camel chicken somehow brought me to a page saying "Ruby on Rails application could not be started".

    August 8, 2009

  • Yeah, that would be me. I just added a 'browse' section to the right column of the home page, which presents every word and phrase on Wordie listed in alphabetical order. Briefly borked things when I moved it into production.

    All better now. Let me know if there's anything I can do to improve that 'browse' business. It's partly for the machines amongst us, but I found it a lot of fun to poke through.

    August 8, 2009

  • It seems to be putting special characters in unpredictable places. A starts off well with 'a thru a fictional character from a screenplay by chained_bear', but at the bottom of the page, after 'axon thru Å', we have:

    # ℮ thru बेध�?ंद

    # बेटू thru üğşçö

    # ürgsel thru

    (Should we continue this on bugs?)

    August 8, 2009

  • Ooh, an Easter egg: URLs like and will work even though Browse doesn't visibly offer non-alphabetical options. Categorisation still gets a bit weird, though:

    # 2nite thru 2x fayreform black bras

    # 2t(f √e) thru

    # 2x fayreform black bras thru

    Edit: I see multiple letters work too: For some reason, though, words like aïstopod and año are also turning up there.

    Edit: so what determines how many letters I can enter into the URL? aaa gets a 500 Application Error, but wid is accepted...

    August 8, 2009

  • Whoooops! Came here by mistake. *sneaks out*

    August 8, 2009