Use AJAX and CSS to make a lightweight sprite that plays on mouse-over.
Use Adobe FLEX to turn out an embedded cartoon object.
Make it an interactive Java app.
Make an animated gif file in Photoshop.
I run a website.
I have a blog.
I've contributed to Wikipedia or other user-generated content.
I've submitted links to social bookmarking sites.
I post comments on blogs.
Acoustic modems and Bulletin Board Systems (I know what 'nup' and 'warez' mean!)
AOL or other dial-up
WAP or DSL provider
AJAX all the way.
Why use markup when you can generate it with Perl, PHP, or ASP?
XHTML/CSS and I check it through W3C validation.
Sure, Frontpage Express makes great HTML!
Does that funny code with the [square brackets] you type in comment forms count?
Uh, actually, I leave that to the Solaris admins downstairs, but I do tinker with Plan 9 now and then.
My BSD/lighthttpd server owns your Linux box!
My Linux/Apache server owns your Windows box!
Yeah, I did get a Windows box with ISS going once.
Uh, that's those things with web pages on them, right?
There's a webcam mounted on my head right now. The show's always on Channel Me!
I've twittered an entire journey.
I've podcasted a whole day.
I started a blog once.
He's nice, but I think HTML was short-sighted, the semantic web will never be realized without AI, and the Internet will never work until we get an enforceable standards authority in place.
I aspire to be his peer.
I revere him as a saint.
Oh, yeah, him and Al Gore invented the World Wide Web.
Never heard of him.
I've contributed more than 50 articles.
I've fought a bloody edit war - and won!
I'm an editor, but all I do is correct typos when I find them.
I use it regularly for learning and research.
I just now heard of it on this quiz.
Flash made with the GNU-licensed SWFTools kit, because I stick it to The Man!
Semantically valid AJAX, because Flash is lame.
Flash built with Adobe FLEX, because The Man does have a point.
Flash built with regular old Actionscript, because I like to go home from work on time.
None. I used clean, standard-compliant HTML and patiently waited for something better.
Nested tables with visible borders. But I was just experimenting.
Dozens of animated gifs that I downloaded from clip-art sites. But I've paid my debt to society now, so I want that forgotten.
Loud, noisy, tiled-image backgrounds with bright, clashing page colors. But I checked into rehab, and I'm better now.
MIDI music embedded in a web page. Forgive me, I was young!