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Thursday, November 11, 2004
 
New Picture
I threw in that picture up on top to spice things up a bit. I'm viewing it with a 1024 X 738 resolution, and it fits the page well. According to the stats from Blogpatrol (the site that runs the counter in the right menu bar), most of you use the same resolution. However, I've heard that when you use different resolutions the picture will fit the screen differently (that was news to me), and the text might wrap around the picture and look a little goofy. Let me know if the picture looks crappy from your end or is distracting or anything else by leaving a comment or by emailing me. Thanks.

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