When I bought my current desktop computer two or three years ago, I decided I didn’t want to spend the money on a new monitor as well. So I kept using the old 15″ CRT monitor that came with the first computer I bought for myself, back in 1996. I can’t believe it […]
Archive for July, 2004
Here are a couple pictures I took around a year and a half ago with my Canon EOS Rebel (non-digital) camera. As you can see, I was trying out black and white film at the time. I didn’t develop the film until relatively recently (digital cameras are so much more convenient, aren’t they?)
I’ve always kind of wanted one of those tabletop fountains, but thought they were too much of a ripoff to actually buy. So when I saw a book on making your own fountains on clearance for five dollars at Michaels a couple of weeks ago, I thought why not?
Actually, making a fountain’s pretty simple–you […]
I don’t know about you, but it drives me nuts when online forms ask me to type my email address twice. Hello! I can see whether I typed it correctly the first time, thank you very much. It’s not like a password field, where your input shows up as asterisks, and there’s […]
Well, it’s been a week now since I started my new job. I’m fairly settled in now, and starting to get some work done (though of course I’m still in the process of getting up to speed).
The name of the company is CE-HQ (short for Consumer Electronics Headquarters), though it will probably (hopefully) be […]
I just read this article on HTML Dog, discussing people’s dislike of “dropdowns” and such. I don’t necessarily like them or hate them, but what annoys me is people calling them “dropdowns”. I’ve always thought “dropdowns” referred to select boxes like this: BlueRedYellow. What they’re calling “dropdowns”, I call “popup menus”. […]