May 25, 2004

Monday Madness

Well Kevin says he's not going to blog until I update Shelby's Life & Whatnot, so I thought I'd do the Monday Madness. On Tuesday.

1. I started blogging about a year and a month ago.

2. I try to post a new entry in my blog about every once a day, sometimes more days.

3. I read about 20 blogs on a regular basis.

4. I change my layout about zero times a year. (I don't know CSS and haven't really been that inspired to learn it, even though I have the best, most powerful web site software ever invented).

5. I used to spend an inordinate amount of time on a discussion board about diamonds, and now I blog instead.

6. I spend more time blogging than I do um, lots of things. Let's pick "going to the bathroom."

7. I tend to blog (and visit blogs) most in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings. And occasionally late at night. But never early in the morning.

8. The thing I enjoy most about blogging is talking and talking and talking and nobody telling me to STFU.

Sorry about the underlining. I thought it would be a good idea but it sucks and I'm too lazy to change it to italics or something.

Posted by Shelby at May 25, 2004 09:12 PM

CSS isn't so tough and it makes the look-and-feel of many pages at once much easier to maintain. I learned just a bit of it to build my "Station 26" pages.

Then again, to a programmer, the concepts of making classes isn't all that far-fetched. :)

It's worth it. Imagine being able to always identify book titles in the same way, without having to manually specify bold, italic, a different font, or especially a combination thereof. Imagine not having to use tables to force formatting.

Sorry. I'll get off the stump now. :)

- Erik

Posted by: Erik at May 27, 2004 01:13 PM
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