By Harry Roberts, writing at CSS Wizardry:
I’m not sure how I arrived at this rule, but I’m really glad I did and I would likely never ever change it. The basic premise is that you should try and define all your margins in one direction. This means always use margin-bottom to push items down the page, and margin-left to push them across the page.
I never thought about this before, but it makes a lot of sense, and seems like such a simple conclusion in retrospect.
Zach Holman has some absolutely great advice on public speaking here.
New steak house coming to church street from Tim Halvorson. Halvorson's Café is a personal favorite–a steady stand by, if you will–so I'm eager to see what he manages to pull off in a steak house. (And Burlington sorely needs a proper steak house.)
Filed under "in my on-going quest to find a worthy JS test harness":
Kaomi Goetz, writing at Fastcodesign.com:
15 percent time is extended to everyone. Who knows who'll create the next Post-It Note?