Treebeard's Guest Book
You can tag my page, and I'll show it. (Well, maybe, eventually...)
This is really just an exercise to use HTML forms. I still use Netscape 3.0 with Windows 3.1, fairly conservatively, at 1024x768x256. I'm really curious how this looks on other browsers, so please let me know.
This is a "mailto" form, which means I get your response in my email, so don't expect an automatic reply. It also means your browser has to support email, and you have to have it configured for your account. Otherwise you will get an error message about being unable to find a host named "mailto". If it still doesn't work for you, please email me and tell me about it. Maybe I can help.
I have a script running on my server that keeps a record of all visitors to my home page (just the main page, index.html). It only records your host name, not your identity. You can view the visitor log.
Hey, This is really a great page. I don't know what else to say except that your efforts are appreciated.
Thank you for the awesome quantity and quality of info on www. As a shell-account-lynx-only-user (info only, fast and cheap) learning this stuff is a bit more difficult (have to skip over all that Netscape this-and-that). Perhaps you could add a few lines more for us?
For example, I learned by accident that if I hit the backslash key (\) in lynx the screen changes to reveal the codes. The bottom of the screen says: "Currently viewing document source. Press '\' to return to rendered version". It all became so much clearer for me since I found this secret magic key. (And I swear my finger wasn't anywere NEAR that key!!!) I've never seen this information in print anywhere!
This is looking good!
I found the writing in the introduction not that clear, not enough contrast between the grey background and the black writing.
Hey, great pages, almost every thing is here. At least lots of useful stuff. Well not much else to say.
Your pages are simple and neat: very well done. I am so tired of staring at psychedelic fuschia-and-turquoise backgrounds with blinking lime green text ... I can appreciate your form vs. content rant, but I think best is to strive for *both* ...
I like your homepage mark,
I'd E-Mail you but My boss won't let me.
I really like your pages. Kathy and Norm also think they are great. Norm informed me that the skull is from the grateful dead? ..and I thought it was just an old rugby player.
I can't wait for the on line flora page... I especially like your discussions. Good comments.
Please tell Ewan that I enjoyed his paper a great deal. I recommended it to our sixth grade teacher this day as solid reading for the our students. Good job.
I found your web page through the Alta Vista search engine, while looking for "Arctostaphylos".
I'm really enjoying browsing your site.
I like your form! I was just trying to figure out how to do the same thing.
Subject: Another Treebeard
A short while ago I finished my web page (aka Treebeard's page), and decided to make sure I was being original, only to find your page. As I read it, I found it quite similar to mine. You've got a really well done page! So good, in fact that I'm not going to publish mine. I can't keep up with the competition. If you want to take a look at it, it's at http://web.syr.edu/~cdsomerl/index2.html
From: Allen J. Coombes
The Sir Harold Hillier Gardens and Arboretum, Jermyns Lane
Ampfield, Romsey, Hampshire SO51 0QA, UK
Subject: California oaks
Great work, I love looking through your flora, particularly the oaks. Are you involved with California Oak Foundation/International Oak Society? Did you know there is a major oak conference at the Huntington Arboretum in October 1997? Perhaps you would be interested in presenting a paper. We have a good collection here but still need some of the Californian species, although we have young seedlings of Q. john-tuckeri. Happy writing!
Christina and I checked out your webpage last night and we're impressed! The only thing that might top it is Comet Hyakutake. We went outside last night (Sat, 22 Mar) about 11pm and 1am and found the tail to be about 20degrees long. (Marty has been watching it since last weekend but the fog blanked out the week from Santa Maria so, Friday was the first *recovery* night). We're looking forward to the next several nights. Keep up the fascinating webpage work.
Marc .. I've been surfing the net and checked out your home page... Great page! congratulations
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