Firstly, CSSbake was very recently featured in a Smashing Magazine post on 40+ Helpful Resources On User Interface Design Patterns, which is a huge boost to CSSbake as a website and growing resource for webmasters. Huge congratulations to Ben, obviously, and to Melissa, who’ve both been putting in all the work lately to keep it ticking over while I lounge in pregnant misery.
In other news, I have been desperately trying to roll out some updates to my own site in what little free time I have, and because of Amelie‘s PHPAskIt, have now got a fully working FAQ (except not) script for the first time in about 6 months. Alongside that I’ve updated a few articles (typo corrections only), and published Common Windows Myths in which I attempt to be as neutral as I can (so it’s not a “XYZ sucks please use something else!” article) while still correcting a few misconceptions.
Desperately trying to get through a backlog of projects, 5 month old emails and other such delights while I have a little energy in the evenings, so bear with me if you’re waiting on something. Cheers!
Please note: this is an old post. I have been blogging for a really long time: since my childhood, in fact. Bear in mind that any opinions stated may have changed, any code snippets may no longer be considered safe or secure, and my personal circumstances are almost certainly different to what's contained herein. You have been warned...