Friday, April 12, 2002
Another thing that's giving me heartache is my inability to get on the net. I don't know what's wrong. I'm using an internal modem and, as far as I know, it's working. I've gone over the suggestions of Windows help so many times and I've discovered that the modem is okay and the communications port is already open (whatever that means). And yet, when I try to dial up, Windows is asking me to verify is the modem or the phone line is connected to the computer (I seem to recall this as Error 630). I'm stumped for options and I'll appreciate any help. Please, if you got any idea, tell me. I'll be eternally grateful.
Wednesday, April 10, 2002
I attended a seminar on Web Design Fundamentals yesterday at the Philippine Center for Creative Imaging. Obviously, I haven't gotten around to applying what I learned. This can be inferred from the fact that the layout of this page still sucks. We were a very small group. Only five participants showed up so the discussion was more focused and more relaxed. We also got to know each other quite well. The guy who conducted the seminar used to be the web designer for Businessworld Online. Now he's teaching full-time at De La Sall University.
The most important thing that we learned from the seminar: the user is the master of the web designer's world.
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