You think you're on top of all things HTML because you know <BLINK>?
Well I used <SPACER> today.
Working on the technical exhibition setup The Art Happens Here, the gallery version of the 100% online Net Art Anthology.
We're using emulation, web archives, and a special live Linux distro that runs both for exhibition purposes.
Learning a lot about Windows 2000, Java 1.5.1, and IBM dot matrix printer control codes at the moment.
Just because you never change the size of your browser window it doesn't mean you fully web archived that responsive design :wink:
He used to run the fabulous "Icon Bazaar": http://web.archive.org/web/19970414063211/http://www.iconbazaar.com/
Anybody here familiar with the whereabouts of Randy D. Ralph, MLIS, Ph.D., webmaster of "Randy's Corner of the Web"?
But he also reconstruc
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