Zeldman has added his thoughts to the Upgrade Now message debate [inner-self jigs around the office, singing ‘I got a link from Zeldman’]. With the demise of 4.0 browsers and that fact that fewer and fewer clients insist on giving those users exactly the same visual and behavioral experience as everyone else, Zeldman asserts that, two years since it first appeared, the message’s job is done.
Some more good news: England have finally beaten Australia at cricket, thereby just avoiding the utter humiliation of a 5–0 white-wash.
DevEdge has a Meyer-penned article reminding us of the potential complexities of using
<link> to point to external style sheets. Check those attributes folks!