Brainbench-a-thon, Part 6

Did you know there is no blood test for migraines? Instead, a patient who has really bad headaches have to list all his symptoms for a doctor, who compares them to a list of migraine symptoms; if the patient has enough of the right symptoms, he gets treated for migraines. On the other hand, if he's a symptom short, he gets nothing.

So, I'm ending Day 3 of something that Isn't Officially a Migraine According to My Doctor, and haven't taken any Brainbench certification tests since Saturday. I decided to ease my way back into the compulsive testing environment by taking that "XHTML 1.1" test, and earning the Master's Level certification to match my Master's Level certifications in "HTML 3.2" and "HTML 4.0". So now it's official: I know a lot about about HTML. It's a shame that's not really a job skill.

What I don't know is why the "XHTML 1.1" exam had two questions about frames. XHTML 1.1 doesn't have frames. Come on, Brainbench, get it together here. If you keep doing things like that, nobody's going to respect your already difficult-to-respect tests.

Posted at 12:13:04 AM EDT on 13 July 2004 from Trenton, MI