My first article in ALA was published today, read it here:
Every time you call a proprietary feature “CSS3″, a kitten dies
Some comments about it on twitter:
Sing it, @ "…proprietary features of today are no better than ActiveX & IE filters…only difference is better PR" http://t.co/TWVTAtSQ
Every Time You Call a Proprietary Feature “CSS3,” a Kitten Dies: Lea Verou in a special issue of @. http://t.co/6pcX26Ob
Eye opening for me at least, had no idea some features in CSS3 where make believe http://t.co/vkHk5bEZ
Save teh kitteh (and teh web): Every time you call a proprietary feature “CSS3” a kitten dies, by @: http://t.co/uW7Lz6Q1
Important Read! — Every Time You Call a Proprietary Feature “CSS3,” a Kitten Dies: http://t.co/T3HX6tYy
A List Apart on -webkit- css - http://t.co/wTGRIG5a - remember, the last time vendors ignored standards groups... we got a decade of IE6
A cautionary tale of modern browsers: Every Time You Call a Proprietary Feature “CSS3,” a Kitten Dies: http://t.co/ynWIpbZN
Before you disagree with me, just read this: http://t.co/pztTosp1 I'm so pissed off at @ for being so damn talented. Great article.
@ great #ala article http://t.co/gCtSokC7 and the best possible followup for recent misunderstandings. Keep up the good work.