Hi, I’m Manu.

I used to have a blog a couple of years ago. I have to admit that I missed it a little, so I decided to go back at it in 2014. I write about a bunch of different topics.

Why “plothole.net”? As defined on wikipedia,

a plot hole, or plothole is a gap or inconsistency in a storyline that goes against the flow of logic established by the story’s plot, or constitutes a blatant omission of relevant information regarding the plot, sometimes even contradicting itself. These include such things as unlikely behaviour or actions of characters, illogical or impossible events, events happening for no apparent reason, or, statements or events that contradict earlier events in the storyline.

This definition suits my life pretty well.

Here are a couple of links if you want to know more about me:

And last but not least, here is my resume.

Thanks for reading.

N.B. this site has been tested on the most recent versions of Safari and Chrome on Mac OS X, as well as Safari on iOS. If something seems broken on one of those browsers, shoot me an email. If you’re using another browser, I’m sorry. I don’t find fixing browser quirks very interesting, I do enough of it professionnally.

CSS-ed homepage

2 and a half year ago, i wanted to learn html so i can do my first little homepage. i decided to read ‘Web design in a Nutshell’ (O’Reilly). at the end of this book, there was a small chapter about CSS which more or less concluded that CSS aren’t necessary… more like a gadget or something. Well, time has passed, mentalities and trends changed, browser support has been enhanced so that, with a little help from iiome (some of the links below), i decided to get my useless homepage CSS-ized. the result is what you can see now (duh… ). it’s nothing revolutionary. actually it’s a very classical 3 column layout, but done with CSS, not tables or frames. this has some advantages…

if you’re interested in CSS, i recommend you read some of these: