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Critters Writing

A Tale of 2 Monsters Part 2: Cryptozoology

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Cryptozoology is a field of study that focuses on researching animals based on myths, eyewitness accounts, and legends. Now, studying legendary animals is not as outlandish as it would first seem once you learn more about the studies, the people conducting the studies, and the discoveries of the past. For […]

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Critters Writing

A Tale of 2 Monsters Part 1: From the Legends

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Who is there that doesn’t love a monster? What is a monster? One could say it is any creature bent on damage or destruction. This definition would then force us to include people in the category of “monster”. However, when I think of “monsters” I think of the creatures of […]

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Technology

Adding dynamic content for multiple browsers & versions

Originally published in Netscape World May 1997, archived at Wayback Machine One concern facing all Web developers when Microsoft or Netscape release a new version of Navigator or Internet Explorer is how to incorporate some of the new technologies of the new versions, but still offer Web pages that are readable by older versions of […]

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Specs

Getting started with cascading style sheets

Originally appeared in Netscape World, now archived at Wayback Machine Web page authors want to control more than what basic HTML provides, yet they also want their pages to display in the same manner across multiple browsers and multiple platforms. HTML provides the tools that allow us to create hypertext links, frames, tables, lists, or […]

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Legal, Laws, and Regs Web

Comments on the Communications Decency Act

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. My first real experience with the Internet was subscribing to a usenet on a symbolic modeling language. I remember reading a response from a researcher in Switzerland and deciding to write my first entry into the thread. Everytime someone would write from a different country I was awed. Where else […]