|Happy Sunday, I got up early so I figured I would check in before church.
Was browsing my blog-rings that I subscribe to and came to idealistic travellers. He put something on the first sentence of his entry (and his entry was good) that will radically change my reading of some of your blogs.
Sometimes when there are pictures it is hard, hard, hard to decipher words. I never knew this, but if you just mouse over the words and highlight them, they then stand out from the background. Now I will be able to focus on what you are saying without eyestrain.
Here is one pet peeve of mine, but please do not take it personally, I would much rather you do what is pleasing on your site, but I wish Xanga would be able to create a command that would allow someone to read sites without music playing. I know that music is a personal way of setting your site apart, but sometimes it is tough when I am trying to listen to something off of the internet and browsing websites, and the music stops what I am listening to. So I have to read your site, then go back and re-start up what I am listening to. For what it is worth, that is why I seldom put music on my site, so that you do not have to deal with that.
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