There’s an interesting review of Eric Meyer on CSS at Linux Journal. Instead of just reviewing the book, Russell Dyer also asked me some interview questions and wove my responses into the review. I really like the format; it allows him to make points about how and why the book was written in a certain way without just guessing. It also means that a reader will get a better sense of the book’s purpose through the author’s words.
Thanks to Nick, I found out what operating system I am. I’m wondering how much time constitutes a passage, since I don’t feel that old. Yet. As for few understanding me, that’s no surprise. Nobody gets me. I’m the wind, baby.
I thought about incorporating a graphic displaying the current U.S. Homeland Security Advisory System level into my site design, but in the end decided I didn’t want John Ashcroft getting anywhere near my Web site. Thus I continue to shore up a pleasant illusion that he couldn’t have someone crack into the server’s file system and download everything in about nine seconds if he felt like it. All in the interests of defending liberty from those who would destroy it, of course.
Although it occurs to me to wonder who that someone might be. The Department of Justice? The National Security Agency? (Side note: one of the funniest things I’ve seen lately is that the NSA has a privacy and security notice on their Web site, and it’s sort of a shame that it doesn’t just say: “You have none. Get over it.”) The Department of Homeland Security? Probably any of them. It bothers me that the only safeguard to my personal privacy could well be an interdepartmental fight over who gets to invade it first.