Wednesday, February 08, 2006
I have already dropped into my toolbar on my browsers home page. It is wedged right between Goodle and my favourite email site. I have actually started using it. Here is their URL:
Apparently when ads are clicked on, or purchases made through the ads on the side of this search site - donations are made to the Prolife cause. What an easy way to help a very important cause!
Check it out and if you like it - make sure to add it to your tool bar! And now I need to stop pulling a Sister Pat and stop distracting myself with my email and posting, and get some actual work done. Now that I have vacumed the living room, washed the dishes, fed the baby, run the washer and dryer a few times, exchanged Cinderella for Veggie Tales - it is time to start printing shipping labels in beween reading tutorials on Java Script and HTML!
Thank you everyone who has been praying. I can feel the difference! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!
I googled "patron saint Internet" and found St. Isidore
Here is part of what it said:
So, how does Saint Isidore of Seville become the patron saint for the Internet? The Observation Service for Internet, who drew it's mission from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, researched the Internet and related technologies to select a patron saint that best reflects the concerns and ideals of computer designers, programmers and users. The saint chosen by the Observation Service for Internet was Saint Isidore. "The saint who wrote the well-known 'Etymologies' (a type of dictionary), gave his work a structure akin to that of the database. He began a system of thought known today as 'flashes;' it is very modern, notwithstanding the fact it was discovered in the sixth century. Saint Isidore accomplished his work with great coherence: it is complete and its features are complementary in themselves."
And thanks again Cathy - I was in too much of a tizzy to think of something as simple as googling!
"Quick and Easy Learning" says w3schools!
This is followed by the statement:
"Because time is valuable, we deliver quick and easy learning.
At W3Schools, you can study everything you need to learn, in an accessible and handy format."They finish with:
"Never increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything" --- William of Ockham (1285-1349)"Better yet - these tutorials are FREE! Thank you Matt for suggesting them.
Armed with a cup tea to my right and a sleeping baby on my left shoulder, Cinderella playing in the background as children watch a movie instead of doing their math, I am ready to dive into the world of explanations of HTML, XML forms and why I need to back up and read about HTML forms before I can study up XML forms...
Now all of this is in hopes that these tutorials will edify for me what the buttons on my web building program can do.Wish me luck, or better yet - say a prayer. Anyone acquainted with a patron saint for website builders? Read more!