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April 2006

I feel so naked!

Bit late to the party on this one, but I thought I’d give CSS Naked Day a go (a great little idea from Dustin Diaz)

For today only (April 5th 2006 - though given time-zones and my laziness, it may hang around a little longer in these parts), I’m letting you see under my CSS clothes and peak at my muscular (semantic) physique.

Like the Four Things meme earlier this year, this event has spread like wildfire. Much as I enjoyed finding out more about those behind my favourite blogs, perhaps CSS Naked Day will prove to be just as positive, and further promote the benefits of clean, structured and semantic mark-up to the masses.

(Do you know the way to) San José


Last Saturday I took myself into San José, the self-proclaimed capital of Silicon Valley. This city lies at the foot of the peninsula, and about 50 miles south of San Francisco. Like me, you may be surprised to learn that this city is not only the 10th largest in the US, but also more populated than it’s more famous Bay Area counterpart, San Francisco. According to the FBI, it is also America’s safest city.

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Signature Tune

To make up for the lack of ‘life commentary’ on this blog these last few weeks, let me allow you to explore my musical tastes, thanks to the wonders of the iTunes Signature Maker

If you don’t see an embedded player, right-click here to download this signature.

About April 2006

This page contains all entries posted to the blog during April 2006. They are listed from oldest to newest.