Archives for February 2006
CSS Problem Solving Panel Survey – I just may have something to add to the survey, but I need to set it up properly for submission.
The Yahoo! Developer Network: Graded Browser Support looks to be a very interesting development within the Web development profession…
While I don’t have much time to actively participate in the Designers in House List, to which I subscribe, I enjoy reading many of the threads. One
recent thread from a while back, titled “Your favourite web design book” served as a reminder that I should update my list of Web and design-related book recommendations. It’s been quite a while. So, here is a brain dump of the tomes on my bookshelf and ones that should be. The list is by no means comprehensive – I would love to hear your recommendations!
Items without a rating indicates that I do not own the book, but believe it is worth attention due to recommendations from other Web-type folks, or that I hold the author in high respect due to their other work and contributions to our industry.
Hivelogic: Articles: Synchronicity – “My goal here wasn’t just to have my files be available on any machine I use, but also to have a live backup of everything, so that the loss of any (or worse, several) machines would have virtually no impact on the integrity or availability of my data.”