Oh, change. How I fear ye. For ages and ages, Calculus-Help.com has said one thing, and one thing very clearly: "I really am not good at making web pages." Even though that statement is still true, it is yet time to move forward with technology and stop embarrassing myself with my bespeckled backgrounds and retina-scorching graphics that underscore my utter ignorance of graphic design.
I am in the process of migrating my content over to a new web host, and in the process, I am recreating many of the web pages. When this humble web site first began, I created each page from scratch, and a simple thing like changing a navigation bar was a ridiculous task, as it had to be changed manually on hundreds of web pages.
See? I told you I am not good at the internet. Luckily, there are tools to help people like me who have only a passing understanding of what CSS means (comically senile slinkies, fyi). My goal is to begin with the high traffic content, like the calculus phobe videos, and then trudge through the Problems of the Week in a soul-crushing attempt to rework years of problems and finally ditch my awful web design, circa 1995.
Thanks for sticking around, and in lieu of the Under Construction gif that was once ubiquitous (in my day, it was just peachy to use an obnoxious pattern of pebbles and lilly pads as a web page background) I will simply ask for patience as I drag this URL kicking and screaming into the present.
One of the necessary evils of utterly rewriting your content is a mess of broken web links from search engines and other web servers. If you come across a broken link, please click the Email Mike link at the bottom of any web page to notify me and I will get it fixed pronto.