Bill O’Reilly played his tides go in, tides go out card again the other day on his show. Neil Degrasse Tyson made a surprise appearance on the Colbert Report to clear up the confusion for America. The segment starts at 11:00.
There should be celebrating in the streets, dancing on the ceiling, Ewoks, and the firing pistolas in the air. For years we've had to preach and defend the gospel of web standards to the mouth-breathing masses who have been drawn to twinkle lights and really bad house background tracks. No more will we have to spend precious time debating the merits of presentation layers being divorced from markup, usability, and every day common sense to a communications major who would really rather be producing ads for television.
Divya Manian has some really good use cases for using CSS generated content on Dev.Opera. I think my favorite is rendering icons for file formats and external links using CSS3 substring selectors. It’s a well documented, concise article. It made my bus ride this morning.
My buddy, Ivan made flickr’s Explore page (refresh until you see Dunnigan Hills) today with his fantastic shot of the Dunnigan Hills. This shot is my favorite to date, mostly due to the fond memories of this commute to the best job I ever had. The place really looks like this in real life, folks.