Below is a snippet of a web page I had on my old personal website. I did it with HTML 4.01 Loose. I was not interested in techno-gee-whizz-ardry. I was interested in substantive content, elegant presentation and imaginative play. This material was part of a multi-page essay detailing why the monumentality of monuments demeans persons, which is a human not a computer science issue; but computer science serves the human world not the human world serves computer science, or am I (BMcC) wrong here? Which is more valuable: to write code in the most fashionable computer programming "language" or to say something?
Invenit et fecit