Wednesday, October 26, 2005
I’d like to think there comes a point in every person’s life when they realize that they want to be more than they currently are.
Some people never really have that ‘aha’ moment simply because they have always been striving for the best.
Then again, some drank away 5 years of college and have no memory of the experience. All this (it’s a word, I promise) comes from me realizing that my knowledge in my particular field, web programming, is lacking.
So I spent some time tonight looking around the web, reading articles, trying new things, etc…
I thought I’d take a few moments and point you to some of the better sites I found. – If you’re like me and you use 2 or 3 different computers during the course of a day, it’s nice to have all your Bookmarks in the same spot.
Interface isn’t great, but I like that my links are always available. – This is the best CSS site I’ve found yet, hands down.
If nothing else, the reference materials bring me back a couple times a day. – This is a good site for those of you who build sites.
Good articles, resources, links.
Just an all around good site.And finally, the , quite possibly the funniest thing I’ve seen online, the
– An ode to some of the worst ideas that came out of the browser wars.
If you think your site could use some updating, just look at this and you won’t feel so bad.MN
posted by MikeyN @
> I’d like to think there comes a point in > every person’s life when they realize that> they want to be more than they currently> are.As in the infamous “mid-life crisis”?Thanks for the link to htmldog.com – never seen that site before….And what’s wrong with flashy/blinky marquees?
I mean, c’mon – the site’s not so bad….there aren’t even any spinning GIF’s…*heh*
I especially appreciated the oh-so-subtle subliminal message 😛