Finally settled on a new theme (the excellent Suffusion) which comes with a bunch of colour schemes, and I’ve picked Orange on Black (for now). I know it makes little difference since the 6 people who actually read the blog do so via RSS so never see the colours anyway, and the other hits are all chinese ‘bots trawling data to try and gimp Google out of some cash. Some folk are tired of dark themes, but I still like them.
The Orange on White version is pretty good as well and if I get bored with dark I might go for that.
I’ve had to work on some new headers, since the old ones were too tall and too narrow. Managed to salvage the Matrix and floaty text ones, and added a couple of others. Was very excited to find an Atari Space Invaders icon font!
Haven’t been doing much stuff out of work other than playing Dragon Age: Origins for the second time. Tried playing it through a second time after originally completing it but it was too soon. A lengthy break has done the trick and it’s almost as engaging the second time around. Grete’s also playing it, so we’re taking turns like well behaved kids. First time through I played as a warrior and was hugely frustrated by all the chests you can’t open until you find your first rogue companion. So this time, started as a rogue! Very different feel to the game, can’t go rushing into fights, need to somehow get the others engaged first, and if the warriors die, I’m not likely to survive (where-as when you’re the warrior you can hold on for quite a while with just Wynne).
Playing through again reminds me how good BioWare are at dialog and storyline.
Grete’s doing well at pretending I’m not annoying, when she plays and I shout ‘no, no, do Sten’s quest first’, or whatever. So I thank her for that.
We bought a couple of the little add-ons, well bought one, got one free. I’ve also bought Dragon Age: Awakening which was good but no where near worth the price.
I’ve also signed up to the PlayStation Plus service thing. Got a few free games so far (Zen Pinball being the best). Hopefully there’ll be enough free content in the next 10 months to justify the cost.