Russia, July 26, 1999
The joys of coding HTML in the wilds of Russia
Over the past two years, I've changed my website design twice to accommodate the site's continuing content growth and my continuing html education. I have the feeling it is time for me to redo my design again, this time to incorporate two new aspects. First, since I am heading to China and beyond soon, I want to focus the site more on my worldwide travel. Second, since I'm happily retired, I have the time to streamline my site's layout.
The First Request:
In this remont, I'd like you, my audience, to let me know what you want to see. Please send me your likes/dislikes about my site, other sites I should scrounge for ideas, and hints from your own html forays: wayan [at] bellybuttonwindow [dot] com. I've already started to play with a few ideas sent my way recently, but I'm still open to suggestions.
The Second Request:
I'm also changing the name of my site. The "Russian Experience" part isn't too applicable if I'm writing about other countries! An afternoon of beach and Baltika yielded "Wandering Wayan's Website." I like the use of my name in the title (hey, it is my website after all!), though it starts with the fourth to last letter in the alphabet (important for those alpha sorted link lists) and it doesn't have "travel," or "vacation,"(two of the more searched words on the internet, so I am up for suggestions: wayan [at] bellybuttonwindow [dot] com.
The Fabulous Prizes:
To get ya'll interested in helping me, I'll send one (1) CD of your choice from Moscow's very own Fili Park, to the five best recommendations/reviews (ridiculously grandiose compliments don't count but are appreciated) and five (5) CD's of your choice if you can think of a better title. That's right, you could win five funky fresh & free CD's of music, computer software, or Sega games just for emailing me: wayan [at] bellybuttonwindow [dot] com
Woops! This contest was over Monday, August 2, 1999 and you will not see the results until October.