There are new Chuck Norris Factoids:
Chuck Norris is the greatest man in history. He killed all the great men who could ever pose a competition.
There’s also a new factoid about XSLT:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil redirects to XSLT.
The text of The Pope Died on Sunday was converted to XML-Grammar-Fiction (see below) and was continued a little. The story is written in Hebrew, and there is still no English translation.
The original screenplay The Blue Rabbit’s Log has new text and its ideas page has also been updated:
[ Mordox disappears. The Blue Rabbits arrive. Bryte sees Galku who tries to look innocent, but Bryte rushes to him and lifts him up in the air. ]
Clover: you, where’s Mordox? Tell us what you know!
Galku: What are you looking at me? I’m completely innocent!
Galku: See no incredible selfishness and total in-consideration of everybody else’s welfare and interests. Hear no incredible selfishness and total in-consideration of everybody else’s welfare and interests.
Bryte: you mean “See no evil - hear no evil”?
Galku: I knew it was a good definition.
There’s also some new text in Star Trek: “We, the Living Dead”:
[ Katie is sitting on a table in DS9. She is busy writing something on a qwerty-like keyboard attached to a small text pad. Jake approaches her. ]
Jake: Katie, oh there you are. I thought that OTF-1 left DS9 already.
Katie: yes, it did, I’m still technically working for them.
Jake: really, how?
Katie: with the marvels of technology: remote access and Q-ness.
Katie: yes, check this out.
[ Katie stands up, makes a gesture with her hand. A portal appears near the ground showing a different part of DS9. She steps into it, and the portal closes. A few moments later, a normal Star-Trek door opens and Katie steps out of it. ]
Jake: wow! So you are now “Qatie” with a Q?
Katie: Qatie [with a Qoph sound] heh, I like it.
The XML sources of the fortunes cookie files are now viewable as HTML from the web, and naturally, there are newer entries.
There’s a new design for graphics based on an old aphorism of me.
There’s now a page for the Web-CPAN XML-Grammar meta-project, which aims to create re-usable XML grammars and related tools for various purposes, and there’s a page for the XML-Grammar-Fiction module for writing works of prose.
The page design and layout were slightly improved with some important links at the bottom (Web 2.0-style), old cruft removed from the left side bar, and other changes.