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Recent Additions, Subtractions, Multiplications, and Subdivisions
They Pay You to Do What?
November 2000 – Regular followers of my activities will be astonished to hear that I am now Gainfully Employed making advertisements for Pitt TV. Samples and commentary are available if you'd like to see what I've been up to.
21 July 2000 – A major overhaul & cleanup of my links page. Hopefully they all work now...
More New Fractals
21 July 2000 – The last gallery update before the Contest 2000 gets underway. Also, don't miss Greetings from Elsewhere, Mr. Velocipede's source for fractal e-cards and other good stuff.
13 March 2000 – The Fractal Gallery has been substantially revised. Most of the old stuff has been taken away, and three new pages have been added. It's been re-designed a bit too; Brian will probably complain that it's been hipped out.
26 January 2000 – A new recipe from the kitchens of Vitreous Humor. I'm still working out the measurements of the ingredients. In the meantime, just be sure to use a Sufficient Quantity.
10 December 1999 – Fixed some more broken links. Boy, am I sick of broken links. I bet you are too. Also added a page of fractal snowflakes to my gallery. Haven't even thought about Christmas yet.
10 November 99 – I'm finally trying to reassemble my web pages, now that midterms are over. This whole back-to-school thing is a drag. Beads are no longer a part of my life, but I have plenty of calculus if you need any.
I suspect that I have some broken links still. Be patient. I'm trying to educate myself for a change, instead of entertaining you, the reader.
The Golden Fernblat
has been awarded to Jen Fabian, 6 August 99. This is the first official presentation of the Award, mainly because not too many pages I've seen qualify. Also because the Fernblat was an inside joke that I forgot about until recently. If there is someone who you feel should be nominated to receive this award, send me an e-mail.
6 July 99 – Yahoo! has revised its Terms of Service and they are much improved. However, I hate the thought of moving all my pages back to where they were. I may use my Geocities space for something entirely new...or I may not bother. We shall see. I note in passing that the weather has improved considerably in the last few days.
...And So On
back to October 1998, which is when I first signed up with Geocities and started learning HTML.