Ah, crap. Yeah, I know…

Yeah, so I didn’t participate in CSS Naked Day yesterday like I said I would. Big whoop, wanna fight about it?

Thing is, I was really REALLY busy yesterday, and I didn’t have the time. I know, no excuse. I installed the CSS Naked Day WP plugin, but it didn’t work, and I just didn’t have the time to go in and fix it. Sorry about that. I know you really don’t care, but still…my bad.

CSS Naked Day – Tomorrow!

CSS Naked Day 2007

Tomorrow is the second annual CSS Naked Day. Remove your CSS and see how well your website falls back on it’s code. The idea of course is to promote proper web standards. Don’t have a properly coded site? I don’t recommend participating. You can check to see how your site will look tomorrow by installing the Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox.

Wanna participate? Make sure to use the sign up form. If you’re using WordPress just install the CSS Naked Day plugin and it will automatically disable your CSS on the 5th. Otherwise, go to the official Naked Day page and follow the instructions there.

You better bet I’m doing it; I’m confident my page will still look good. Be sure to come back and check!

The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie

For April Fools day, Thinkgeek.com (one of my favorite stores) supposedly offered a really cool new tie design they called the “8-bit tie.” Understanding it was only a joke, many people wrote Thinkgeek saying they really wanted the tie (myself included,) and to produce it.

After a ton of requests, Thinkgeek finally folded, and said that they are going to make it. Here’s the message on their site:

Hey! You! Quit emailing us to make this for REAL already  We promise, we’ll make it. In fact we are already working on it. You’ve just forced our hand! Click the ‘email me when available’ link above to get notified! Thanks! I guess the joke is on us this year :p

Hilarious. If you like it, be sure to pick it up for $20 when it becomes available from ThinkGeek

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