Every web developer take note: Sebastian Ly Serena has come up with a brilliant way to make your website more entertaining and captivating -- without clogging it up with boring content. Just turn it into a HTML-based Rube Goldberg machine and watch the clicks roll in. Using self-filling forms, checkboxes, buttons and other auto-triggering HTML tricks is probably a lot easier than trying to balance a bunch of random car parts so that they fall like dominoes. We just wish this Rube Goldberg machine went on for pages and pages.
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