About Wally Glutton

Wally Glutton is the most recent pseudonym of Kyle Geske. During his BBSing years of the early 1990s, his alter-ego was Remus McGrath. When he discovered the Internet in 1993, he assumed the alias Way-K.

Kyle lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, but spent most of 2004 and 2005 exploring the world with his wife Shannon.

Kyle is a computer engineer by trade, and a philosopher/artist by heart. His passions include: music, language, programming, and design. The Noosphere fuels his sense of wonder, as he awaits the upcoming Singularity.


stungeye at gmail dot com

About Stung Eye

This site is an exploration of perspective and wonder.

The Philosophy

Stung Eye is the eye of the beholder.

Stung Eye is ideas.
Stung Eye is art.
Stung Eye is music.

Learn to Question. Question to Learn.

The Design

The inspiration for the design, came from the striking cover of the 1959 edition, of Ruth Benedict's Patterns of Culture.

HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript, all play a part in the design. The entire site was coded by hand, using Notepad++. The blog back-end is powered by Movable Type 3.0.

The CSS validates without error, and no browser dependant hacks were used. The page should render identically, in the latest versions of IE, Firefox, Safari, and most other modern browsers. Opera, however, is unable to render the right-hand portion of the orange textured border.

The HTML is valid HTML 4.01 Transitional. The blog portion of the site does not validate, due to the Movable Type generated content, even though the template is valid markup.

An alternative stylesheet is provided, which renders the page without images, textures, or background colours. This stylesheet is automatically selected, when the page is loaded on computer systems using 8-bit colour. If your browser supports multiple stylesheets, you can manually selected the "Minimal Colours" stylesheet.

A printer-friendly stylesheet is also provided. Modern browsers will use this stylesheet when rendering pages for printing.

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