is the nearest book really this?

i was over reading rapidhate.org, he was doing this thing with books that i’ve seen floating around… i’m going to do it too…

  • Grab the nearest book.
  • Open the book to page 23.
  • Find the fifth sentence.
  • Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.

From Dynamic HTML, the definitive reference by Danny Goodman:

For “bare bones” browsers that may not recognize scripting or tags (including Lynx and browsers built into a lot of handheld devices), a simple image link leads to the unscripted starter page.

that is a bummer. i’ve got four knitting books and in her shoes by jennifer weiner on my desk, but this one is sitting right in front of my face.

i’ve been working with agirlinlove to finish off getting my site skinned. i’m so disapointed with myself. it’s all css. every little bit of it. i’ve had it all ready all this time and never realized that was my problem. it sucks that i’m so html table driven. i feel like i’ve missed a revolution! any suggestions on a good book help me get up to speed?

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