New Issue of Digital Web Magazine
October 20, 2004 at 10:34 PM
In this week's issue of Digital Web Magazine we a great article from contributing author, Ka Wai Cheung. Continuing on our series of slightly more technical articles, Ka Wai examines the current state of HTML/CSS and how we can adopt paradigms from other programming languages to foster more usable and scalable Web applications. The article is entitled Devising a new paradigm for usable, maintainable Web applications. Also, this week's readership question has been posted. The question for this week is, How long should our blog posts be? On another note I am happy to report that Digital Web Magazine has moved to Media Temple as our new host provider. Special thanks to Cal Henderson for all of his help doing the server migration. Digital Web Magazine is now being run off of Media Temple's powerful Appliance Server with multiple OC12 connections which means to you is less downtime, quicker response times, no more bounced or delayed emails, and hopefully a better user experience overall. Lastly, I am proud to announce that Joe Finucan was our winner for the 5,150th newsletter subscriber Joe has been shipped a Clip-N-Seal Variety 3-Pack and a new Clip-N-Seal Skinny Mini as well as a signed copy of Dan Cederholm's new book Web Standards Solutions: The Markup and Style Handbook. Congratulations Joe. That's all for this week, see you again in seven days.