Saturday, January 29, 2005

Memo shmemo

Argh, I can't believe that the small section memo is due this Friday...
Doing the research for this memo felt like trying to find a needle in a haystack at first, since I just didn't know what I was doing. I felt so overwhelmed that I wondered how I would ever be able to be a competent attorney. One of my friends told me not to worry, that I could assign my clerks to research for me, but I kindly reminded her that as I initially climb the ranks of a firm, I won't have clerks as a junior attorney. I probably won't have that kind of manpower until I gain some seniority. I still think that I'd be better as a fashion magazine editor, or maybe I should be like that highest-earning alum who makes wedding tiaras.

Does anyone else wonder why they're here sometimes?

And the search for some interesting music continues. Here's one band I found, called Adom9. Download their mp3s.
I like the song blind. And the quest goes on...

I can't believe World of Warcraft was pulled from the shelves before I could buy it!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

your site looks awesome!

Anonymous said...

cool blog template!
did you learn CSS or did you find a program that will do it for you??
it looks awesome!

hufflepuffer said...

Thanks!
I did not learn CSS, what I did was start out with one of the blogger templates, and then got rid of most of it except for the backgroud color. The template is a mixture of XML and html, so I'm learning XML syntax as I go along. I mostly code in html and Javascript.

Anonymous said...

cool--are you using a book or an internet source? I want to change the template of a website for my band... I look at the template and it all looks like jumbo bumbo to me...

hufflepuffer said...

I started out with the coding of one of Blogger's templates, and then edited using what I know, and some reminders from various websites. If you sign up for any of those blogging sites they have templates you start out with, and you can edit the source code. Unfortunately, Blogger seems to use a lot of XML, so maybe getting a handbook or finding a website on XML syntax would help.