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HTML5:   I've converted this web site to valid HTML5. Thrilling stuff for geeks only. (62 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

Unified validation service:   The WC3 have come out with a unified validation service called Unicorn. This service allows you to validate the HTML, CSS, and ATOM/RSS feeds on a page all in one call. I've added a link in the navigation pane called "Validate everything" to take advantage of this. (95 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

It's CSS naked day again:   For information as to why the design is missing from the site today, see the Annual CSS Naked Day website. (20 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

The C Programming Language Section 4.10 Recursion:   An extremely funny parody of part of The C Programming Language book, with a special guest author H.P. Lovecraft. (1720 words, 1 comments, 0 pings)

Insightful article:   A very insightful article at Computerworld by Jeff Ello. (279 words, 1 comments, 0 pings)

CSS Naked Day 2009:   eight-cubed.com once again bares it all in support of web standards. If you're wondering what happened to the site design, see the link. (23 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

3rd Annual CSS Naked Day:   In respect of CSS Naked Day, this website is removing all formatting for the day. For more information on web standards, and the reasons behind this, see Dustin's webpage. (30 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

Apollo panoramas:   Wow, check out these panoramas of the Apollo moon landings. Incredible stuff. (16 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

Relax NG validator runs on OpenVMS:   OpenVMS build procedure for David Tolpin's Relax NG validator RNV. (257 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

Feed statistics:   Recently, I've noticed that a lot of large media outlets offering syndicated news feeds (i.e., RSS and Atom) are using URI queries in the link in each entry. This is obviously being used to identify the number of people that click through from the feed to the main website, as most of the query strings are things like "?from=feed". I thought it would be a good idea to add similar query strings to links in my feeds. (177 words, 0 comments, 0 pings)

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