At the subtle hinting of goneaway (who is now probably going to ask for comments permalinks, because some people are never satisfied), have added MT-Search to the site. What this means for you as a consumer is, you can dig through the Moveable Type version of the blog with the same ease as you could search the old site using the Negro where? page, except:
- the results are actually updated
- the page looks nothing like the rest of the site
The appearance of the page will probably change when I get around to fooling with the config file. Suppose I could link it to the side (or at the bottom, depending on your browser of choice), so people can still find it once this entry scrolls off the front page, but isn't this thing too complex already? Do I want to know how long it takes to load on a dial-up?
Oh, and I looked for some common four-letter-words, and you people make me sick. God, do you kiss you mothers with those, um, fingers? Some of the language. . . wait, most of those are the entries, not the comments.
Update: And another thing. The search link opens a new window, because I've not yet bothered adding navigation to the page. Should links normally bring up new windows, or is everyone cool with the whole middle-mouse-button/context menu thing if that's what they want to do? Or should I steal the code that lets you check such behaviour as an option?
Or should I just do whatever the hell I want and ignore your input? That one sounds good, too, actually.