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January 26, 2004

January 26, 2004 at 12:00 AM

I've updated my Photos page with all the pictures of Tango that I took with the digital camera, but never got around to putting on the page (Two more are left, but I do not have them available for uploading right now). No descriptions have been added to the new ones, due to reordering all Tango's photos so they're in the right order, and because (as the "Important Notice" at the top of the page states) I'm going to be restructruring that page anyway (along with the rest of the site).

The "Contact" and "Links" pages have been updated with new data, and the "Funny Screenshots" and "Photos" pages have had their formatting changed to make it look nicer.

I've been working behind the scenes on this one: A new template for my website! =D

Not only does it look far better than my old layout (IMO =P), but it also DOESN'T USE FRAMES! It also complies with W3C standards for HTML and CSS, too, something I'm striving for in this new layout =)

Feel free to contact me (via E-Mail, IM [if I ever get back on =P], or PM [on the message boards I frequent]) with your comments and suggestions regarding the new template. I especially want help from those of you who have done website design using standards-compliant HTML/CSS coding (preferably XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS Level 2), and can get the page to look good in all modern web browsers (including the three I'm testing with: Internet Explorer 6, Mozilla 1.6, and Mozilla Firebird 0.7).

January 5, 2004

January 5, 2004 at 12:00 AM

...Rest in Peace, Tango Paul Wolfe...

I hate to have this as the first update of the year, but...My dog, Tango, who has been with my family for almost ten years, was put to sleep early this morning ='(

Due to kidney failure, the last days were not good for him, and given all that he has gone through (including hypoparathyroidism-related seizures - These could only be prevented with daily calcium gluconate injections, as well as TUMS...And both of these had taken their toll on his kidneys after all this time), we decided to put an end to his suffering. I was told he went through the procedure without suffering...And he won't have to deal with the shots or anything else like that anymore - He's in a better place now...

...Rest in Peace, Tango Paul Wolfe...

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