As I sit here pounding the keyboard on a late night, get-it-done-before-the-deadline (that's tomorrow), I stumbled upon's Eric Costello's standards compliant Blogger template with DOM-based font customization features and silly randomly morphing color scheme. See it here - you might think you need your eyes checked too! (Tip: I had to refresh in some browsers to get it to work.)
This guy seems to work for Microsoft, and you can tell, have you looked at his blog in Mozilla? It gets a little ugly, not unreadable, but enough to make you wonder.
My opinion on browsers is: IE rocks on both OS X and Windows XP for one reason, and one reason only - it opens faster. That's it, the only reason I have. I really like Chimera (for OS X) and Mozilla, but they just take too long to open. I'm impatient. Even on Linux, Konquerer tends to open faster, so I use it more than Mozilla.
Did you know that IE6/Win does not know the difference b/w dotted and dashed - view this post in Mozilla to see how it's really supposed to look. Maybe their next release will be more standards-compliant. This happens even with standards-compliant mode turned on.
Easy Struts 0.5.0 just released. This is a code generator that seems like a nice product - I've installed it, but never used. I think these types of tools are great for developers that love to use an IDE. If you're like me and you prefer a good ol' text editor - this tool won't help you.
The station I found yesterday DOES broadcast Mark and Brian - awesome! It's actually one of the best internet radio broadcasts I've ever heard (besides the network drops), they play music during the commercials to get around the internet radio issue.