W3C Compliant

I just went through all of my webpages and made them W3C compliant for xHTML 1.0 Transitional. It means that I had to turn my back on how I used to write my HTML. I had a very specific way of writing the source. I capitalized the name of each tag and left everything else inside lowercase. Now all of my tags are in lowercase. It only took me three hours to finish converting all of my pages. But now if you look at the bottom of the page you will see the W3C links. You should check to see if your page is compliant too. Now if my page doesn’t show up right in the browser. It’s not my fault it’s the browser that you are using. So there. (But if you find a page that isn’t xhtml 1.0 transitional compliant please let me know.)

hmmmm now…has anything interesting happened in my life? Actually I think that is a rhetorical question, but since I’m a nerd anyway I’ll go ahead and answer it: NO. We do have an interesting project in EE project lab though. Each team has build a autonomous robot that can navigate via GPS. It’s going to be miracle if everybody finishes successfully.

Girls update: I think that there may actually be a girl who likes me now. But she can probably find this page pretty easy so I’m not going to mention her name. She’s really weird because she actually thinks that I am funny. To tell the truth it’s kinda scary :S. I don’t think that I will ask her out on a date because I’m still trying to avoid getting involved with somebody during college. I don’t have much free-time on my hands as it is. (Notice the sparse journal entries) Even as I speak I should be studying for my differential equations test. Especially since I failed the last one. So I’m going to go home and do that now, but I thought I would do a little work on this page and give everybody who happens to read this a little heads up.

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