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ArtLung posts tagged with “web-standards”

  • <birthday number=”5years”>XML</birthday>; Thoughts on HTML’s Popularity

    From XML at Five from xml.com: Rick Jelliffe … criticized XHTML: “HTML thrived on being more forgiving of missing tags than even SGML allowed. Throwing that away makes HTML a lot less attractive. Which is true of markup in general, actually.” With which I wholeheartedly agree. HTML is supposedly the most common electronic document type…

  • Zeldman asks:

    Is CSS design really ready for prime time? To which I reply. No, it’s not. It’s a little late to be asking this given that people have been pushing for xhtml+css for months. I’m not abandoning tables yet. And how can I? To give the best experience, to the most folk, I need to strike…

  • Pranzo con Kynn a Filippi’s

    Today was unremarkable save that I had an enjoyable lunch with Kynn at local Pizza joint Filippis’s Pizza Grotto. There is no electronic substitute for good company, conversation, and food. There are not many people on the planet who I can keep up with and can keep up with me while: eating antipasto and pizza;…