At least one good thing has come out of the apparently-ending-soon thread on www-style: Robin Berjon posted a link to the specification for Ook!, which I hadn’t encountered before. It was so beautiful, I shed a tear of joy. Great domain name, too.
As I read How to Write Like a Wanker (thanks to Simon for the pointer), for some strange and obscure reason I found my thoughts once more turning to the aforementioned www-style thread. I really have to find something else to occupy my mind. I hear girls are a very popular mental obsession for some people; maybe I’ll try that. I’m sure my wife will be just thrilled.
Carol Spears wrote in to share some CSS magnetic poetry with me, so I’m sharing it with you. There are some other interesting CSS examples on the same page, so check them out. They remind me a little of my one bout of noodling. (Suddenly I wonder if I should shift that into css/edge.)
Here’s something interesting: Now Corporations Claim The “Right to Lie”. I found the link at the O’Reilly Network, so you’ve probably already seen it, but if not I highly recommend a reading. The historical information alone was quite fascinating. For another side to the story, there’s a wire piece from last November over at CNN Money that concerns me as well. I don’t believe corporations should ever have a right to lie, and it appalls me that we’ve come to that even being a question. But is there a right to restrict what news organizations (even those owned by huge media conglomerates) can say, or what corporate members can say to the press, about politics or corporate behavior? Does the actual ruling mean that? I don’t know, but the whole thing bothers me.