It's been a while since I could really feel like a bonafide little geek girl (ignoring the little part, of course). I used to do a lot of web site work as part of a 'marketing' job I had a few years ago. When I wanted to freelance, I worked on a web site to sell my writing which rapidly languished. I have taught people how to do CSS and some of the finicky things you can do in HTML, but at this point almost all of my knowledge is OLD.
So, I hopped up on the band wagon of working on my blog. I have moved locations, created a new template (based on the one I was using before), changed my font sizes and my CSS and generally geek gone wild at the whole thing. Adding statistics, external pages where I can put useful info without having to start a whole other blog, and eventually a real gallery of things I have finished.
Unfortunately, all this geekery means that I made dinner last night and did next to no knitting. On the plus side, the blog looks fine (I won't say great, yet) on every computer I have tried except for the Mac on which I have been doing all of the image and code manipulation.
For those out there who would like to hand code their own journals/blogs:
Stylegala, a good resource for code and standards-related info.
I also like Webmonkey, which is much more basic source of info about web design.