The Fine Print.

While comments and criticism are most welcome, incorporation is subject to the constraints of my personal taste & HTML programming ability (both which tend towards origin). The site is designed over the years with Sony Vaios and Samsung Series 9 notebooks, (stubbornly) using Windows Notepad as an editor, and assisted by tools off the Web. It is maintained primarily with pizza, burritos, beer, coffee, and inordinate amounts of time.

Graphics on this site were obtained from various web sources; most are posted with no attribution. If you see your artwork/graphic/photograph displayed and have a strong desire for a royalty fee, please email me (it will then be removed). Some graphics are courtesy of and Piled Higher and Deeper.

(Potentially) frivolous extras: I keep a blank page in line with the TPILB Project. I utilize the weblog services of Blogger for the online journals. Most pages on the site were designed to be compatible with any browser, although the design format probably looks best on a browser configured with a full-screen resolution of 1024x768 (or higher).

The quote on the main homepage is by Albert Camus (1913-1960), a French playwright and Nobellist (in Literature, 1957), in his essay Le Mythe de Sisyphe, Le suicide philosophique (1942). It translates, from French, "The absurd is lucid reason that sees its limits". The image is that of a bicycle leaning against a fence, taken in the county of Santa Cruz, California.

All material, unless otherwise noted, is copyright © 1996--2016 Jamus Jerome Lim. All rights reserved.

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