Well, I could have linked to this post before, over on ClubMom, but then I would have had to ask myself all sorts of tough questions about selling eyeballs for such a small thing as my words. Or (another way to look at it) selling the eyeballs so cheaply for such a huge thing as my children's recorded moments. But, no, I don't want to talk about advertising right now. Especially since I don't have anything like a consistent, non-hypocritical stance on the issue.
But what I have been doing this weekend is getting to know my old friend, CSS, all over again. It's been a long time since I've had to control, completely--not just tweaking a template, the look of a website. But that's exactly what I have to do for my technical writing class project. So I've been investigating screen readability, and social design issues. All of which led me to this post, which bounces around all over the place but still manages to hit on all sorts of fascinating points about what we're doing online: