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Minh’s Notes

Did you do well on that open notebook test? If not, here’s your extra credit reading assignment:


Brandon Dodd: My best friend, and his sparingly updated LiveJournal.

Alex Hunt: A friend from grade school, who features (negative) reviews of all his friends’ sites, including mine, on his website. We’re supposed to think it’s funny.

Josh Pendl: Enter random words here. Random sentences, too. … Josh is undoubtedly creative. Question is, is he feeling alright?

Brad Ruwe: Brad thinks he can draw. That’s why he set up a pitiful excuse for a comic. Good luck, Brad.

Fellow Bloggers

Brandon Dodd: My best friend, and his sparingly updated LiveJournal.

Eric Meyer: He’s the reason MingerWeb looks as good as it does — well, I hope it looks good.

Ian Hickson: A stickler on the importance of semantic markup and proper MIME filetype handling. This log makes good reading.

Joe Hewitt: I don’t link to this site because of the blog, per se, but because of the extremely elegant design and fascinating commenting system. The photos are also pretty good.


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