Something is indeed coming, and coming soon; unfortunately, good news often comes at a price, and the price in my case has been limited time to do anything other than work, eat and sleep (and little of the last two), which includes managing SuperfluousBanter.
Posting has been rather infrequent of late (as noted by readers like Adam Polselli), and it’s due to a few projects which have been taking up quite a bit of my time over the last few weeks (most of them warrant the time spent…).
I will be writing more in the week(s) to come (expect limited posting until some of these projects have been completed) but here’s a quick run-down of what to expect:
- A CSS Project to be included in the second edition of Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation, currently being revised by its original authors, and soon to be published by Apress;
- Webgraph will be launching a new site for the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians (all XHTML and CSS of course, with some extra accessibility thrown in for kicks);
- Hopefully an announcement of some new projects which are in the closing stages of discussions with clients.
Everything is quite exciting at the moment, which is a nice change of pace. I’m also working on ideas for a few articles that I will attempt to have published (ALA, Digital Web, etc.) — I’ll publish them here if I have to (ahh, the joys of independent publishing).
Finally, in addition to The Old Technology Giveaway, I’ll be posting another little contest early next week (possibly over the weekend) with some more useful prizes, and a little less-esoteric theme.
This item was posted byon Thursday, August 7th, 2003.
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