new links pages

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I've reskinned my links pages. XHTML compliant, all CSS, table-free. Still not quite right in IE for Windows, but seems to work properly in the other browsers I've tested. I used Albin.Net's "bullet-proof rounded corners", but I guess I broke something while I was customizing my pages and made it non-bulletproof.

Feedback is welcome and actively solicited--on content and organization, navigation, design, yada yada.

Because the content is generated from a mysql database, the old version can continue to exist peacefully with the new version. I'm working on cleaning up some interface aspects of the admin tools; once it's done, I'll make it available to anyone who wants it. It's a nice way of keeping track of links, since it not only provides nice hierarchical categorization (easily customizable), but also can be accessed from anywhere.

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I'd be honored if you would consider my last article for inclusion in your "articles on blogs" category;

http://radio.weblogs.com/0110772/stories/2002/10/03/personalKnowledgePublishingAndItsUsesInResearch.html

(yeah, I know, it won a "worst URL award" a few weeks back).

(actually I just checked, it was an "unfriendliest URL of the week" award)

http://www.caslon.com.au/weblogprofile.htm

Done. Thanks for the (unfriendly) link. :-)

 

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