Updating Pittsblog's Look and Feel

I invested several hours this evening updating the template here (three columns! who knew?) and reorganizing the blogroll. I have mixed feelings about the blogroll; categorizing things is more art than science, and inevitably some blogs that are wonderful blends of different things end up labeled in some awkward way. But some of that is inevitable; the list was getting simply unmanageable and, more important, it was no longer useful.

I'm going to try to persuade my son to produce a new header, and more tweaks here and there may dribble in. Comments and suggestions are welcome (along with CSS and/or HTML, if you have something concrete to suggest. ;-) All in all, though, it feels good to be part of the twenty-first century.


1 Response to "Updating Pittsblog's Look and Feel"

Mark Rauterkus said... 3/04/2007 9:05 PM

Nice job on the blogroll and categories. Well done.

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Pittsblog 2.0 is written by Mike Madison, a law professor at the University of Pittsburgh. Send email to michael.j.madison[at]gmail.com. Mike also blogs at Madisonian.net, on law and technology. Chris Briem of Null Space drops by from time to time.

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