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This is the archive page for the month [April 2002]; below you should see headlines and summaries of all entries found here from that month. Click the appropriate link at each to read the entire entry.

Damn you, Shappy! | April 30, 2002
How dare you keep me out until one in the morning last night, so I could see your feature at the Note! What were you thinking, performing pieces so funny that I laughed myself hoarse? And bringing along your girlfriend,...

More on CSS, plus why I like the Loop. | April 25, 2002
So, last time here at my journal I was talking about the new CSS2-based design scheme I was putting together for my new website. I was talking about what a controversial decision it was to base the entire layout on...

Goodbye, Netscape (or: the Great CSS Debate). | April 22, 2002
(Reader update: A gentleman named Max wrote this weekend to tell me that he's reading my journal from Honduras, making it the 25th country now where I have confirmed readers. Viva la handheld devices!) I made a rather major decision...

Random notes. | April 18, 2002
I don't really have much to talk about today, so I thought I'd mention a bunch of random things that have been on my mind recently. Enjoy! First off, let me just see if I've got this straight: Last month...

A special report from Israel. | April 15, 2002
Recently I heard from a reader named Mats, a former Swede who has been living in Israel for the last several years. I asked him if he might write down some of his thoughts about what it's like to live...

Holy shit, I got a job. | April 5, 2002
And gee, it only took me 450 job applications to get one! I've been jobless for so long, in fact, that coming here to this office this week has seemed slightly unreal, like that I've in actuality been unemployed my...

1, 2, 3, 4, this is who I'm voting for. | April 3, 2002
So, last time here at this journal I was talking about the book "The Radical Center: The Future of American Politics," by Ted Halstead and Michael Lind. Last time I was talking about their views of technology and their opinion...