Through a winding chain of links—it was, of all things, the result of an extended surf on the Web, and who does that any more?—I came across Cameron Moll‘s “80/20 and the design blogosphere“, where he listed the 20 people from whom he feels 80% of vital new media design information flows. I was deeply flattered to be on the list, although I again feel weird about it. I don’t give out design information, and meyerweb is certainly nowhere near as well-designed as many sites (including Cameron’s). Heck, I don’t even talk about CSS all that much any more, despite numerous vows (public and personal) to do otherwise. I suppose all the books and other writings allow me to coast into these lists, and that’s a nice feeling, but I’m starting to seriously ask myself what I’ve done for everyone else lately.
So I’ll throw it open to the crowd: what kind of information, new media design or otherwise, would you like to see from me? What do you feel would earn me the right to stay in Cameron’s 80/20 list? Post and ping, or contribute a comment. Your choice!
(I have to shoot down one potential request now: I’m not going back to browser support charting. Westciv does a decent job already, and as I wrote a while back on www-style, going any further is a massive undertaking. And, to be honest, it’s mind-shatteringly dull and incredibly time-consuming.)