A List Apart
A List Apart is an on-line web design magazine for people who make web sites. It is read by over 10,000 web designers each week, and I have had the privilege of writing two articles for them...
» CSS Design: Taming Lists [September 27, 2002]
» Practical CSS Layout Tips Tricks and Techniques [August 17, 2001]
» Daemon Skins: Separating presentation from content [November 3, 2000]
Digital Web Magazine
Digital Web Magazine is an online magazine intended for professional web designers.
» Cascading Style Sheets, Promise vs. Reality, and a Look to the Future [June 4, 2002]
With a focus on the pro and prosumer market, "MacEdition is committed to analyzing and discussing the Macintosh market, and its effect on computing, business, and life in general."
» Making the switch — The tale of a “non-early adopter” [February 27, 2002]
Keeper of the iBook
Early in the year 2000 I was given the departments Tangerine iBook. The Keeper of the iBook chronicles some of my experiences with the machine. In the summer of 2001 I became the keeper of a TiBook, and so this series has come to an end. Although there are still some very useful articles, particularly the series "Location, Location, Location..."
» Wireless networking
» On our own terms
» Location, location, location, part 1
» Location, location, location, part 2
» Location, location, location, part 3
» Rollie McFly's Guide to Solitaire
» Surf Naked
» iBook and the Internet
» Girly Men Need Not Apply
» Howard Cosell, Grover and Thinking Different
» Hot Function Keys
» Does Size Matter?
» Behind the Scenes
» Print 2000
» It's About Time
» You Get What You Pay For
» The Application Switcher
» No Regrets
» MacWorld San Francisco 2001 Predictions
» Data Management