Warning!!! - I'm having serious family problems right now.
This website is meant to be useful, but right now, I'm struggling.
I don't want to just toss this website though. I haven't decided yet if a
"rebranding" is necessary. The utilars.com domain can still be
used, but if my family troubles continue, the "tone" of this website
might change. I'm also training for the 2019 - DK200 Gravel Grinder, so
I'm likely going to be a grumpy bear for a while.
This site is designed to work with *modern* HTML5 browsers like
IE10 or later also works pretty good. As of April 23, 2016 Firefox and Chrome still
seem to have official support for GridBased Layout but it seems to be comming
seem to support JPEG-XR even though I believe it is a formal ISO Standard
under an open format: ISO/IEC 29199-2:2012
Other browsers may also have variying support, but I *personally* consider
Microsoft Edge, Chrome and FireFox the major browser vendors of present time.
Note: This license is in a draft state and is subject to
change. For more information contact the author Shawn Eary
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disrespecting their religious preferences. Its purpose is to allow Christians
to publish their Source Code in a manner that will allow scripture and reference
to the Lord Jesus Christ to stay intact. People who publish documents under the
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