Tim Bray on WikiLeaks. Worth the read.
Paul Robert Lloyd’s Styleguides for the Web–in my mind, the single most important part of designing for large projects yet so often overlooked & undefined. Linked to in the article and also worth the read, David McCreath on why Mule doesn’t deliver Photoshop comps.
A Book Apart has released Dan Cederholm’s CSS3 For Web Designers. From the pitch:
From advanced selectors to generated content to the triumphant return of web fonts, and from gradients, shadows, and rounded corners to full-blown animations, CSS3 is a universe of creative possibilities
Jason Santa Maria talks more about it here and there’s an excerpt on CSS3 transitions (which I’m using on the hover states for links on this very site) on A List Apart right now. I really enjoyed Dan’s…
Amy Thibodeau at Contentini on What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Social Media Consultant. Likely a good first stop before you buy some of that snake oil.
Shazam!: The Golden Age of the World’s Mightiest Mortal. Are you kidding me? Looks like Dec. 1, 2010 is the day I’m out forty odd dollars. Huge hat tip to Emmet Matheson.
Charlotte Elise Sakundiak was born on October 8th, 2010 at 10:19 PM. She is about as beautiful and perfect as a little girl can get. And she’s got her moms lips.
Turns out, October is all about waiting. The Larry Sanders Show: The Complete Series will be available November 2nd.
The pope did not go far enough. Radical atheists like the British Humanist Association should apologize for Hitler. But they should not stop there. They also need to issue an apology for the 67 million innocent men, women and children murdered under Stalin, and the 77 million innocent Chinese killed by Mao. Hitler, Stalin and Mao were all driven by a radical atheism, a militant and fundamentally dogmatic brand of…