» The Web Standards Project
, Phase II, will launch soon.
» Noise Between Stations
points us to a Peter Morville article called In Defense of Search
which attempts to rebut Jared Spool's anti-search arguments
From Dries Samyn and WebReference.com, last summer: Creating DHTML Applications
In this article, I will explain a method for developing DHTML that will shorten the process and streamline the workflow for novice and experienced developers. I will explain how to build a customized and personalized API by looking at both the methodology and the practical techniques involved.
Lon over at Q42
whipped up a nice little bookmarklet which creates a Quek
conversation on any web page: Quek here!
tipped me off to a wacky-crazy-innovative-CSS-color-style-chooser at Sjoerd Visscher's weblog
From Sam-I-Am.com: Web Page Debugging and Development Bookmarklets
. Useful and intriguing stuff.
New to me: Victor Lombardi has a nice essay on Displaying Photographs on the Web
Dave Bug over at geeklife.com
emailed me a link to this cool bookmarklet, which calls up a list of all archived versions of the site you are visiting: Web Archive Bookmarklet
Nate at web-graphics.com posted a useful new bookmarklet
(useful if you happen to be a web developer, that is) that gives visible borders to all the DIVs and SPANs on a web page.
Chris Casciano, who criticized the lack of innovative and interesting CSS design in Your CSS Bores Me
, has decided to take matters into his own hands with Daily CSS Fun
Every day in the month of February I will be posting a redesign of the index page for this site [http://www.neuralust.com/~cac6982/]. In doing so I have held myself to only one rule - the only thing I can change from day to day is the style of the document. From day to day and design to design the underlying html document will not change at all.