This site needs work. I know it. I need to clear out old link color tags so you only see the red if you have Cascading Style Sheets and will also get the underlined/non-underlined unvisited/visited difference. And I think I might change the external links to open in their own window and ax the little leaving site icon. And I want to add titles to my links so you know where they go when you mouse over them. But I played Civilization II instead. Heh.
A visit to the chiropractor has helped restore my temperment. Now for some nice sleep. But there is one little thing to do first…
Links on MetaGrrrl will now be underlined unless already visited. A small epiphany allowing me to avoid having to add another color to the site. 😉
[This approach has since been abandoned in favor of the use of grey for visited links]
Created an archive for entries in this column and the spiffy icon for it which you see below:
Began adding more books, articles & URLs to bibliography.
First whales of the season spotted offshore from Edgewood, home of my parents, on the coast of California just north of Gualala.
Took a walk with Lisa.
Kept on adding to the bibliography. I think I have almost all the books I’ve looked at in there. Next step: URLs. Oy vey.
Brain seems to be seeping out ears. Listening to Weird Al Yankovic’s cover of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. Feeling fine. No, really, I’m fine. I can drive.
The Latest… Spent way too much time looking at EGR and JOHO when I should have been working on the project. Damn ye! (These sites highly recommended). Changed name of project from “MetaGrrrl Web Standards Proposal on etc.” to “MetaGrrrl Proposal on etc.” because of possible confusion with those fine folks over at The Web Standards Project Added this “The latest” feature. Worked on the eternal chore which is maintaining and improving the bookmarks page. Began adding later design phases to design process overview. Listened to the soundtrack to Pi over and over and over…
This domain was registered today. [According to some info I’m looking at in January 2004]