Journal: News & Comment

Saturday, December 18, 2004
# 7:25:00 PM:

Links of interest (2004-12-18):

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  • Doug Bowman of Stopdesign (I love, love, love, love his thematically-coloured, artistically blurred page headers) has an excellent article on designing web pages for small screens.

  • Internet Explorer for Macintosh is the latest browser that leading-edge web designers are abandoning. Thanks to standards-based design, you'll still be able to browse with IE5, and the designers' pages still work, but they're no longer debugging for IE5. For anyone still using Mac OS 9, as a couple of my Macs still do, it's a sign of the eventual end of the road.

  • John Udell of InfoWorld notes that the power of weblogs is more about the networks they work in than about individual websites like this one.

  • The first article I ever posted to this website, back in early 1997, was about improving your business writing. Looks like a lot of people could use it: the New York Times's article today is "What Corporate America Can't Build: A Sentence."

  • International productions of Sesame Street have "helped create a universal children's culture."


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