#css reboot

CSS Reboot Spring 2006 Slowly But Surely

Despite the slow start and serv­er issues that Adam had to deal with over at CSSReboot.com, the Spring 2006 CSS Reboot has final­ly com­menced! Things are final­ly look­ing on the up-and-up with about 1470 Reboot­ers push­ing the but­ton to show the world their pride and joy. There’s actu­al­ly 1471, but I won’t be par­tic­i­pat­ing this time due to oth­er projects that took most of the time this past month. There’s always Fall, not to men­tion, being a spec­ta­tor is fun by itself. It’s pret­ty much infor­ma­tion over­load with all the lat­est and new tech­niques being show­cased. Not to men­tion, it great inspi­ra­tion for those of us need­ing it once and a while.

Any­ways, there a lot of sites to con­sume. Lots and lots of eye can­dy, and food for thought. Sor­ry, I’m a bit exd. If you want to know how this feels, it’s like being the first-in-line for the new Jor­dan’s.

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Year of the Dog

The Year of the Dog seems to pro­vide a big­ger bark. It also pro­vides new oppor­tu­ni­ties to learn new thing http://www.37signals.com/ buy­ing spree of Web 2.0 app-groups, I just won­der when and if they’ll ever re-align their own site to Web 2.0 stan­dards. One can wish but all can be sur­prised. I guess that’s what makes Tech­nol­o­gy so interesting—anything is pos­si­ble.

PS. There’s sup­pose to be a rumored launch of Camp­fire some­time this week by the great folks of 37signals.