Update: Thanks to Mike's excellent suggestion, you can now pick up and post the postit note anywhere you want on the site. Good call, Mike! (Sorry, IE only)I've decided to update the look and theme of my blog slightly. I wasn't entirely comfortable with the whole "mediocre" thing; just didn't fit my personalty, I don't think. So last night I was playing around with some ideas and in the back of my mind was how little I was looking forward to going to work in the morning...DING! Inspiration! The "Notes from..." part is an homage to travel writer and linguist Bill Bryson whose books "Notes from a Small Island" and "Notes from a Big Country" I have enjoyed very much. The postit note was an afterthought; when I told Deanne I was "rebranding" (God I hate that word) my blog she was disappointed, saying that people knew about "Adventures in Mediocrity" and they wouldn't know it was the same blog. So I decided to use an old CSS trick and made the postit note appear to be on top of the rest of the page, as if it had been stuck there. It's really easy to do, you just create a layer using div tags and then specify the exact pixel values of where you want the image to appear. Here's my code: <div id="Layer1" style="position:absolute; left:580px; top:145px; width:230px; height:125px; z-index:1; visibility:visible"> <img src="http://www.haebc.com/mt/archives/postit3.gif" name="b" border=0> </div> The z-index gives the layer top priority so it is displayed on top of everything else. Anyway, let me know what you think of the new design.