The Web's focus on Standards
March 30, 2004 at 3:19 PM
Being that we like to cover all sides of a debate, Jeffrey Zeldman writes some very good points about the influx of web standards in general. A few points I want to make: Jason never said we shouldn't be worrying about web standards, but we shouldn't be basing our entire existence as web professionals around it (well, unless you are the guru of web standards like Zeldman). The other point is that there was only one panel about "How to make money with your weblog" and that was the panel with Jason Calacanis and Brian Alvey (though, to be fair, Brian barely got a word in edgewise). In defense of the panel I was moderating; there is a difference from a panel on how to make money versus a panel on how to do business using web logs.