2002-09-27T23:22:56-05:00Mark Newhouse: CSS Design: Taming Lists. "I'll demonstrate how to use CSS to bring unwieldy lists under control. It's time for you to tell lists how to behave, instead of letting them run wild on your web page."
2002-09-27T23:17:51-05:00Ian Hickson: Whitepaper: Pingback vs Trackback. "It seems pingback has caused quite a stir in the Web logging and syndication communities."
2002-09-27T18:16:54-05:00Jeffrey Zeldman: "Welcome to zeldman.com, a poorly designed website that hides vital content from its many naive, first-time visitors.
2002-09-27T15:43:02-05:00Results of a Google search for "It's so-and-so's world, we just live in it".
2002-09-27T13:40:34-05:00Sam Ruby has started a discussion of mapping core RSS elements to namespace-based equivalents.
2002-09-27T13:30:01-05:00Kevin Guilfoile: The Half-Assed Handyman.
2002-09-27T01:23:29-05:0018 rescued pictures, from 1920, 1983, 1990, 2000, and 2001.
2002-09-27T01:12:29-05:00Slashdot: 37 Operating Systems, 1 PC.
2002-09-26T01:28:52-05:00RSS 2.0 template for Movable Type, ready to copy and paste over your existing RSS 0.91 template (index.xml). There are several design decisions at work in this tempate that bear explaining.
2002-09-25T18:18:53-05:00Morten Frederiksen has taken a first stab at a real-time social network explorer based on FOAF files. It's heavy on tech details, but you can easily see the potential here.
2002-09-25T10:45:15-05:00Mark Tosczak @ Wired: A New Way to Read, Not See, Maps.
2002-09-25T10:43:06-05:00Paul Ford: Falling Off a Truck. "In the last 4 days I fell off a truck and was dragged for 30 feet, and was interviewed by an NPR show. Those two facts are not related except that they both happened to me and made me queasy. I also wrote a short plan outlining the rest of my life."
2002-09-25T00:38:31-05:00People appear to be sick of the syndication format wars. Some are protesting, some are creating new formats with new names, others are simply boycotting.
2002-09-24T22:05:32-05:00Sam Ruby is stark raving mad.