In 1995, I posted an article to the rec.scouting newsgroup regarding the limitations of double-elimination race methods. When I created this web site later that year, a polished version of that article was its main content. Over the years, I've continued to add miscellaneous information that I thought others might be interested in. McGrew's Miscellanea is the result.
It is important to me that Web documents be accessible to anyone, regardless of their browsing environment. To that end:
- I joined the Web Design Group, which was founded to promote the creation of creative, informative, browser-independent, and resolution-independent web sites that are accessible to all users worldwide.
- I make a point of using valid structural markup that adapts well to any standards-compliant browser, and to many popular browsers that are not standards-compliant.
- I support the NCAM Web Access Project, and the Viewable with Any Browser campaign for a non-browser specific WWW.