The pages for this article have been encoded with CSS1 styles, a set of rules added to the head of the document, governing the simple html tags (eg. H1, P, HR) used in the body.

These pages work best with Internet Explorer 5 and above (earlier versions may vary), and the author has ensured that as little as possible is lost for users of Netscape Navigator 4.7 and above. Should users of Netscape note green backgrounds or blue links, please contact me. I hope these have been banished with tinkering done at the last minute, but some incompatible code may remain. Any users of Netscape 6 (brave fools!) are on their own, but this version should be fully CSS1 compatible anyhow.

Best viewed with "Georgia" installed on a Windows machine, else all will appear in Times/Times New Roman, or perhaps (in the case of some Navigator releases) the browser default. Some simple table formatting is used, and images are present.

This feature has been at least partly an experiment in gaining the correct balance between site continuity and user-friendliness. The author may consider text-only versions of other essays in the future should feedback make this a helpful option.

NB. No formatting has been added to this page; only <p> tags and an <a> link is used.