Over the past few weeks I've been slowly retooling some of the web site. Most of the design you see here is based on my 3-5 year old knowledge of HTML and the majority of the code is from earlier web sites I've had; the site depends on tables almost entirely for the site design, along with the antiquated <font> tag for text styling. None of this is particularly bad, it's just not good.
This slow retooling has been to make more use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to update the inner workings of the site. It'll have several benefits--for one, the HTML will be much easier to maintain and update. It'll also make it easier to change the site design and skin it (a great example) to better suit your tastes. As well, it should substantially raise my rankings with Google on obscure searches.