10 for Stan
7th May 2005
another interview with a web design superhero at Web Standards Group: Jason Santa Maria.
Based on the tags from this post.
Screenfont.ca is part of an upcoming project to research and develop a set of standards for captioning, audio description, subtitling, and dubbing. [...]
Lists of Lists
interesting discussion regarding lists on the Web Standards Group discussion board: XHTML Strict alternative to <ol start="11">. Begins here [...]
Leslie Winer - Witch
After the very first listen to this album I was disappointed. The height of expectation was too much. Of course if you're aware of my album rating the [...]
Browsing habits of screen reader users
as noted by Standards Schmandards. [...]
First day back at work since the holidays. In summary: started bad and got worse before looking up.The train station was emptier than a Scottish pay [...]
An 'appy New Year to one and all
What a jolly chap I am sometimes. Out for a run on the first day of 2005 and merrily wishing every dog-walker, afternoon rambler and shitty little [...]
What do you expect?
After years and tears of disappointment I've been coming round to the realisation that it's no use expecting anybody to do anything. If someone deli [...]
Alt and title attributes
Interesting discussion at the Web Standards Group email list about the relative merits of using alt and title attributes in your HTML. [...]
St Andrew's Day
Today is St Andrew's day. St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland. [...]
Separated at birth
Here's an introduction to two guys I respect and relate to. Meet Toby Paterson and Eric Meyer, both successful professionals in their respectiv [...]
Speed up browser evolution
Mike Davidson talks sense:Let's speed the adoption rate of W3C standards and let's also speed the rate at which we apply them on our own sitesfrom h [...]