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Monthly Archives: November 2014
CSS got it wrong and we’re now suffering the consequences. The HTML feature that was ignored in CSS 1 was the thing they should’ve focused on: tables, which were directives that generated layout. It set us on a path of trying to fake them by piggybacking on supposedly semantic elements, like lipstick on a div.
On Rising Income Disparity
People are angry that in the game of musical chairs that is the U.S. economy, there are less seats at the table when the music stops. And at every recession, the music is stopping.
On Hiring People Exactly Like Yourself
If spam filters sorted messages the way Silicon Valley sorts people, you’d only get email from your college roommate.