TinyMCE for Drupal 6

Hi there,

I’ve managed to port TinyMCE to Drupal 6. You can download it here: TinyMCE for Drupal 6.Screenshot


  • 1. Place the entire tinymce directory into your the ‘sites/all/modules/tinymce‘ directory.
  • 2. Download TinyMCE 2.1 and remember to uncompress the file and make sure the folder is named ‘tinymce‘.
  • 3. Place the entire ‘tinymce’ engine folder inside your ‘sites/all/modules/tinymce/‘ directory. So the TinyMCE engine will live in ‘sites/all/modules/tinymce/tinymce/
  • 4. Copy the folder ‘sites/all/modules/tinymce/plugins/drupalbreak‘ to ‘sites/all/modules/tinymce/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins/drupalbreak‘. This installs a TinyMCE-plugin that can edit Drupal (page)breaks.
  • 5. Visit the Drupal ‘modules’ page via Administer > Site building > Modules and enable the TinyMCE-module.
  • 6. Visit the Drupal ‘permissions’ page via Administer > User management > Permissions and choose who gets to use TinyMCE
  • 7. Visit TinyMCE-settings page, and create a profile. Make sure to expand and fill out the complete form (!!!). The TinyMCE-settings page is found via Administer > Site configuration > TinyMCE
  • 8. Done! Now you can edit and create content with the TinyMCE editor.

Histomap of world history

I think I would like to have this map of world history:
“Not a map really, but a 5-foot-high chart showing in one glance 4,000 years of human history on a global scale. Thirty years ago I saw this on the wall of someone’s dorm room and it flipped me out then, and every time I’ve seen it since. Its beauty is how Mr. Sparks divies up world power (somewhat crudely) into its main factions graphed in each increment of fifty years since 2000 B.C.E. Different civilizations are color-coded so one can easily trace the flow and ebb of culture over the centuries.”

Unfortunately, it is out of sale – but luckily there’s still a high quality mirror online.

Declaration of war on YouTube

An anonymous Internet group has declared war on Scientology by means of a creepy video and a somewhat uncomfortable slogan: “We are anonymous. We are legion. We never forgive. We never forget.”

To emphasize their point, they stole every single Scientology document they could lay their hands on, and leaked them to the Internet. Including a document that describes ‘the axioms of Scientology’, a handy ‘admin dictionary’ and a fine document describing all the different OT-levels. This is definitely the real stuff, and I think it’s written by a mad man … 😉