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Writing from the heart
January 26, 2000 10:07 AM   Subscribe

Writing from the heart This is not a popular webpage. I made it a week ago, its a personal page i dont know if anyone is interest in reading stuff about me. But if you do go, i would love to hear your feedback and if theres any potential public viewers that will visit this pages or just be a page no one bother to visit. Thanks. by the way, i think this website is really nice !
posted by Happysurfer (7 comments total)

 
I think perhaps keeping your font sizes. . .um. . .not-so-F-ing-huge would be. . .nice. . .and stuff. Danke!
posted by gleemax at 10:17 AM on January 26, 2000


I know , i was playing around with the Html and i got mess up. It's fix now. There's a lot of changes need in my webpage.
posted by Happysurfer at 10:20 AM on January 26, 2000


Visit again if you haven't already , I updated this site for hours just now. Tell me what you think about it please
posted by Happysurfer at 3:50 PM on January 26, 2000


Well, no one bother to leave a comment, does that mean theres no potential to my webpage?? Is this the END ?
posted by Happysurfer at 3:55 PM on January 27, 2000


Don't get stuck on looking for outside recognition, do what you feel is right. For what it's worth, I have dozens of unread pages online. Do I care that no one reads them? Nope, I'm just glad I wrote them.
posted by mathowie at 5:35 PM on January 27, 2000


by the way, read the top post from the 27th to see why linking to your own work in MetaFilter is frowned upon.
posted by mathowie at 5:37 PM on January 27, 2000


Well , i did went to that "FUN Jave script link" It was terrible. Its screw up my computer , i thought it was a really bad joke but thats' different from my webpage, i wasn't trying to play a joke on anyone. And yeah, i guess the important thing is to write it down because its healthy but still you want some people to see it. *grin* bye
posted by Happysurfer at 7:14 PM on January 27, 2000


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