Good ol' Zeldman hooks us up with some cool web stuff today. First, you gotta dig these W3C Validator buttons that are purely CSS and Text - no images. Might be a good way to reduce bandwidth. Secondly, adjacent sibling selectors are a neat way to create rules-based layouts in which elements are controlled according to their contexts.
For instance, you can make a general rule where images have no margin at the top; then make another rule that says margins have 15px of white space at the top if they are preceded by an h3 header.
Finally, he inspires us to checkout Fast Company's re-designed all XHTML and CSS site. Very cool! I especially dig the font-size switcher in the top right corner.
Then there's Russ. Could he be on to something here or just blowin' smoke?
Someday soon, people will be judged by the quality of their weblogs like the Greeks once judged a person by the quality of their oration, or in the middle ages a person was judged by their science and art and later in the 1800s by their letters.
I don't know that weblogs will ever the that popular. The problem is that computers aren't even that popular. Sure, there's a lot, but the household penetration is not where it needs to be - and how many of online users have weblogs. Not many. How many of those that have weblogs are interesting - not many. Maybe he's onto something here - and we're already doing it. We are already judging each other in this community - those that have shorter blogrolls are just judging a little more ;-)