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robin reads: Cell and Evidence of Things Unseen

Okay, I think I first need to state that I checked out alot of books over the holidaze for vacation reading. There, how is that for a disclaimer? Cell: A novel by Stephen King As an early reader of Stephen King (I read Salem’s Lot in 6th grade, umm… Mom, you didn’t hear that….) I sometimes feel kind of obligated to read his books. I ...

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ouch.

well, I got an impatient rejection email today. I submitted works to a local gallery show and I hadn’t heard anything. So, I contacted them. I got a kind of snippy email about too many entries and not having time to contact everyone. ON COME ON. Email takes 5 minutes to send out a generic en masse to the rejects: we’re sorry, while your work ...

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the storms in my head

well, in the last couple of weeks I’ve had at least 5 migraines. I can’t even count anymore. The good news is with medication, they only last 2-4 hours max, vs. the 8-16 hours of the past. Yesterday morning when I woke up, I felt incredibly groggy and foglike. I’ve never had that as a precursor to a migraine before, but by lunchtime, it was ...

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cross browser design &; css tables

Until IE becomes more standards compliant (it is getting closer with each version) and all browsers began adhering strictly to the w3c coding standards, it will be nearly impossible to create one set of coding that renders beautifully across the various browsers.&; Many people do use one style sheet, but then include code specifically to work around junky IE. Anyhow, until that time, tables are ...

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