Scott Hardie | March 20, 2002
Dave Mitzman has a new web site, done nicely in PHP. It's not finished, but it looks good so far.

Matthew Preston | March 20, 2002
Looks good. I am happy to see that PHP is sweeping the nation. It's not quite as narcissistic as cardhustler.com, but then again, that's hard to do. I say this because I looked through the pictures section and only found one of Dave. More than likely because he was holding the camera. The weather looks pretty bad out there too.

Dave Mitzman | January 26, 2005
Hehehe, not too bad. I'm doing a new site again almost 3 years later (link)

Scott Horowitz | January 26, 2005
hehehe, when Dave "puts on the mitz", girls run away.... far away.

Anna Gregoline | January 26, 2005
It's not a page right now?

Lori Lancaster | January 26, 2005
[hidden by author request]

Anna Gregoline | January 26, 2005
I wish I could see it.

John E Gunter | January 26, 2005
Yeah Mitz, what's up with the 404 error. No custom errors? Just kidding. Plattsburgh take down your page?

Course I don't know what's up with Matt's comment, Scott and I have been using PHP forever. :-D

John

Amy Austin | January 26, 2005
Heeheehee -- is this what Ho meant about "far away"???

John, is "forever" longer than 3 years???

Dave Mitzman | January 27, 2005
Well Plattsburgh took down my page within 6 months of graduation, but this (link) will be the new one. Any opinions on the layout? And yes, I know the thumbnails are small but I'm going to resize them in the near future (right now they're up for a placeholder).

John E Gunter | January 27, 2005
[quote]John, is "forever" longer than 3 years???[/quote]

All I gotta say is...:-P~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

:-D

John

Erik Bates | January 27, 2005
Yeah, I like it Mitz. Simplicity is good. I enjoy creating simple, clean layouts, partially because I suck at crating graphics, but also because I just think it looks neat.

But then, I also enjoy the beautifully complex, such as my friend over at Placid Minds (link)

Anna Gregoline | January 27, 2005
I would make a comment but I'm still waiting for his page to load...

Amy Austin | January 27, 2005
John: So does that mean you didn't notice it right away? Or have you really "been using PHP forever"??? ;DDD

Dave Mitzman | January 27, 2005
Hmmm, not loading. Interesting. I must investigate. I also might have to find a good webhost once I get it done.

Thanks for the compliments Erik

Dave Mitzman | January 28, 2005
Page seems to load ok. What error are you getting?

Anna Gregoline | January 28, 2005
Ah. It loads here. At work, it just loaded forever...nothing ever showed up.

Dave Mitzman | January 28, 2005
They probably block the port because it's an unusual port to run a webserver on.


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