The W3C has released a public beta of a major upgrade to their HTML validator, and authors are very much encouraged to try it out—I did! It adds a lot of new things to the service, including better handling of document MIME types (like
application/xhtml+xml) and more. One of the validator’s lead developers e-mailed me about it, and then dropped this comment in at the end of the message:
The new CSS is loosely inspired by your stuff (well, that’s probably true for most CSS these days I suppose).
Pardon me while my ego starts beating its chest and howling. (And Kat’s not home to keep it under control, either.)