I played around with PhotoShop and came up with this banner ad for my site:
I guess I want an animated GIF that shows this for a few seconds and then the “Andrea’s Weblog” banner from above, or something like that, but I haven’t figured out how to animate my GIF yet… but now it’s time for bed!
Using this feature of Weblogs.com, I found links to my site on Dreadnet, Ken Fletcher’s Web Base and EGM Werbegrafik (Ernst Michalek). Hey there! I don’t know you (yet) but it’s nice that you link to me anyway!
And now I linked to them, too…
Around the world…
Hey, Scott, Frauke and Christopher went to Israel – um, I mean, to the Expo. They plan to go again – just like me! When I visit the Expo again, I will look out for a little kid with a cow pullover and German/American parents.
News from Radio UserLand
How to create a weblog with Radio UserLand.
Oh no, more things to play with…
Clouds in a bottle and other weird and interesting stuff
“This site is an ever growing warehouse of the kinds of projects some of the more demented of us tried as young people, collecting in one place many of the classic, simple science projects that have become part of the collective lore of amateur science. It is a sort of warped semi-scientific cookbook of tricks, gimmicks, and pointless experimentation, concoctions, and devices, using, for the most part, things found around the house. These are the classics. Strange goo, radios made from rusty razor blades, crystal gardens… amateur mad scientist stuff.”
Zannah linked to the cloud in the bottle.