Chaos Theory In Practice

Can you resist the jolly, CANDY-LIKE Random Post Button® at the right hand side of this page?!

A new widget button has been added to this website that provides function that I have wanted for a loooooong time. Clicking this button on the right sidebar will serve up a random page from the almost 1800 [as of April 19th, 2019] pages of content here. It’s like playing a slot machine, crossed with a time machine, except that it’s free. I thought in the early days of this blog that this would be easy to implement, then I saw that it was not [when thinking conventionally]. As it turned out, it really was disgustingly simple to implement in the end; years after I looked into how to achieve this the first time. Sigh. But that’s all behind me, now.

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graphic design | software UI design | remastering vinyl • record collector • satire • non-fiction
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15 Responses to Chaos Theory In Practice

  1. Mr. Ware says:

    Nope, nope, not gonna do it…. arrrrggg… I did it!! As we say in the South, I had to mash that button. Woo hoo! Torch Song in 2010!


  2. Echorich says:

    First spin – Icehouse Dubhouse…and now I’m listening to it too!



    NO I CAN’T!!


  4. [pushes button]
    [is rewarded with “Badges Badges Badges!”]
    [previous post (and all of history) erased as side effect]


    • postpunkmonk says:

      chasinvictoria – Bwah! Ha! Ha! And they said I’d have to stoop to social media to get innocent children HOOKED on this blog!!! And they derided my avant-garde theories in Prague!!!


  5. tim says:

    I got a rock.


  6. negative1ne says:

    I like reading them in the correct order. But a random one is nice, when things are slow here.


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