Wes on Standards group ignites

Wes on Standards group ignites common-code war – Tech News – CNET.com It seems like Web developers would have less trouble supporting standards if they didn’t insist that their sites look absolutely identical on every browser. Consider this site; it renders correctly (yet differently) in every browser I’ve seen with no workarounds, because my definition […]

Wes on Standards group ignites

Wes on Standards group ignites common-code war – Tech News – CNET.com It seems like Web developers would have less trouble supporting standards if they didn’t insist that their sites look absolutely identical on every browser. Consider this site; it renders correctly (yet differently) in every browser I’ve seen with no workarounds, because my definition […]

When should blogs publish private

When should blogs publish private e-mails? I usually ask permission when quoteing email or icq/jabber/irc but as a courtsy not a rule. The only time i would definately require permission is if the message, email or icq etc, was sent encrypted. The rational, anything sent in clear text is already kinda public. If you don’t […]

When should blogs publish private

When should blogs publish private e-mails? I usually ask permission when quoteing email or icq/jabber/irc but as a courtsy not a rule. The only time i would definately require permission is if the message, email or icq etc, was sent encrypted. The rational, anything sent in clear text is already kinda public. If you don’t […]