I’m looking for a photo, drawing, or painting image related to the almost meaningless phrase steel white table. It will appear as the site’s main image header. I was thinking it could be an image of a table with a guitar and some books on top of it. I dunno. I briefly searched some free image sites, finding nothing relevant.
Steel White Table is getting a new look; however, I need some opinions on typical blog designs I’m considering:
Two-columns, similar to the look now except I’d use different colours. Most sites seems to have their navigation column on the left side. Why? See j-walkblog.com and binarybonsai.com for examples. Tall pictures at the top annoy me though; it’s a waste of space.
Three-columns, like www.darrenbarefoot.com. It allows for lots of tidbits along the side columns. I like this non-fixed column width site: www.yusop.net.
Both J-Walk’s and Barefoot’s use a fixed-width design, where their column widths don’t change if you resize the browser window. This gives the designer more control on how it’ll look, but I find it can be frustrating: I don’t like seeing the wasted screen space on the left and right, and it’s sometimes hard to read a lot of text within the main, middle column.
I’m leaning towards the two-column look.
The new look will debut when I get my new computer (to be described in a later post).
Here’s a short video of me and my niece feeding some birds in the woods a few days ago. We went there to feed squirrels, but these small birds kept swooping down around our heads until I realized they wanted the peanuts we were feeding the squirrels.
As I was crunching up some peanuts in my hand, two birds hopped off a tree branch and perched on the end of my fingers. We didn’t get that particular moment of tape, but we got enough afterwards to give a sense of what it was like. Brave little birds.
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