Yup ... another Global Village Idiot at work. Like so many other things on
the WWW, my pages are always under construction. So put on your
hard hat, and please watch your step ... there may be some rough road ahead!
transplant who now lives in Atlanta.
The natives claim that far too many of us yankees have migrated here ...
so in the interest of cultural detente, here's a little home town boosterism,
and some things that might help acquaint you with Hotlanta,
If you have trouble understanding my syrupy southern accent (NOT!), I suggest
that you take a gander at Patrick Douglas Crispen's
Southern Word of the Day archives.
And while you're visiting Atlanta, don't forget to send an
to the folks back home!
If you want some more Atlanta information, try these links ...
Atlanta Guide & E-Mail ( Clever Computers, Inc. )
Atlanta Weather ( NBC News INTELLICAST )
Atlanta METROSCOPE ( The Isotropic Media Group )
You say you like art? Here are a few of my favorites places:
Mark Tomlinson (The Homepage-Guy) maintains a tremendous
list of Museums and Museum Resources.
If you like museums, he's got them all. (Thanks, Mark!)
Surfing the web is strenuous armchair exercise! By now you've probably worked
up quite an appetite ... so why don't you take a break and grab some Great
Eats? My treat!
How about an
Internet Pizza? They'll deliver it hot to your screen
... or within 30 minutes via E-mail!
Perhaps you'd prefer a quick visit to
The Internet Lunchcounter. Plenty of tables ... no
In the mood for black beans and salsa? Stop in at
The Burrito Page. Be careful ... the plates are
Or maybe you'd just like a slice of WWW Spam?
Worst of the Web -- Mirsky's monthly selections of WWW drivel
WWW Hall of Shame -- Steve McInnis' collection of putrid debris
the Useless Pages -- Steve Berlin's choices of wasted electrons
the Spam Cam -- is decomposing Spam as fuzzy as a Chia pet?
Gimme that feedback !
I'd like to know what you think! This is the shameless self promotion area,
in which I'm soliciting effusive praise ... but I'll accept bouquets or
brickbats, suggestions, comments, flames, love letters, death threats, bomb
scares, notification of obsolete links, recommendations for additional links
... anything at all you'd like to say!
My pages are constructed with
Kenn Nesbitt's WebEdit.
Kenn & Company have developed a wonderful HTML
editing product. WebEdit is powerful, but it's easy to use. This page is
my first-ever HTML effort ... so you can see that WebEdit does wonders even
for incompetents such as me!
You can E-Mail KudzuKat
to give me a piece of your mind. I'd love to hear from you!
How I checked it:
When you want to see if your HTML pages are correct, you can take advantage
of one of the many available HTML validation services. These services will
check your HTML syntax and tell you where you've gone astray.
Two such services that I've found extremely helpful are
the Kinder, Gentler Validator
Look! I got an award :-)
OK, I admit it's not much ... but hey, it's the only award I've received!
And the best part is that you can have one too! You don't have to rely on
someone else's dubious judgement ... if you know you deserve this, the fine
will let you bestow the award on yourself.