There seemed to be rough consensus.
- Don't push crappy websites on the readers. I guess I didn't make it clear that I wasn't talking about advertising. Most of the folks who solicit me are not offering to pay me. At most, they want me to promote their for-profit site and offer me a link back. Gee, thanks. I will never permanently link to any product/service that I can't actually recommend.
I always thought I would never put ads on my site, and that's still my inclination. However, if I ever do put ads on my site, I will always make sure that the main content is easy to find and I won't have ads for things I hate.
- Great suggestions for HTML editors I'm trying out two, but NVU seems to be the winner (at least since yesterday). Anything that can automate making tables--and is FREE--gets my vote.
- Dear Jamy. While it's true that I haven't been getting questions recently, a reader pointed out to me off-line that I have chosen not to answer some of the questions I received in the past. That is true. I admit, I got a little off-track on the advice-dispensing biz. Maybe, sometimes, I have too much to say and don't want to devote a day to other people. Damn, I'm selfish!
Grateful for: the best readers in the world.
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