Emacs is the way to go! And as a matter of fact, I wrote a Lisp Script that just creates the webpage for me!
It's pretty slick. See, in my client meetings, I record what they want, I then transfer the mp3 to the machine and the script listens to it and Viola! creates the website exactly the way the customer describes it! I then get a fat check and take off in the Ferrari with my porn star of the day and we shag like Tasmanian Devils - without the cancer - Poor Devils!
At least that's what I remember after I take these cool looking pills and downing them with Scotch while viewing porn
For some time I've had this nagging doubt... WHY do so may people from English speaking countries use "Viola!"? Is it cheer ignorance that makes then write that instead of the french "Voila!"? I mean if it is sarcasm directed at those who actually make that mistake, a sarcasm that has grown into common online usage, I find it funny. If it really is a mistake.. well, I find that sad. The "triumphant", "in your face" sounding remark just turns into something that is vaguely reminiscent of a young child that keeps biting his own tongue, trying to speak. LOL-worthy, if in a sad way.