|Me outside at a hair-dying party.||Me in the booth at Kontrol Faktory.|
My other web page. The more informative version of that page.
My boyfriend Erich's home page. My brother Adam's home page. My sister Dorothy's home page. My daughter Eliana's web page. My mom's home page.
Some day I plan to do an edited version of the manual, but I was afraid that if someone followed my edited version, and something happened to them, lawsuit-crazy LA would claim me as its victim. I'm not sure what horrible thing could result from misuse of a coffee maker, but, well, one never knows.
I had just started learning HTML at the time, and thought maintaining the page would be a good study project. I went out and tracked down a bunch of new features, and in the process discovered Tables, which were new at the time.
You can tell how long ago in terms of the development of the web both of these projects were when you see which browsers I was checking! What's "Mosaic?"
The four small banners were originally designed to go up in an ad rotation on the website for Christianity Today. I also started writing a Perl script to give us some simple tracking information. Ultimately, only one of the banners ended up being used, and we decided there was little point in tracking only one banner, so the script was never finished. Some day, I will finish it and track who visits my website and clicks on the banners.
The large banner was to advertise a telethon on several Canadian TV stations. The revised version was active from Nov. 24, 1999 to Dec. 5, 1999 on the TV stations' websites. The only thing I do not like about this banner is the abruptness with which the yellow glow comes up behind the "Sing Out" logo. The client, however, liked it that way, and in commercial art, the client is always right. I am very, very fond of the layout on the banner frame that starts "Live Telethon.
Sometimes, the CGI scripts for these logs are buggy. If, instead of getting a huge list of text on these pages, you get a little button that says "Space Moose Now," just hit refresh on your browser.
Send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or finger me
Last update: December 1, 1999