If you scroll down towards "More Features And Benefits", you’ll find a shout-out to your humble narrator’s site:
"The design can change easily as CSS allows separation of presentation from structure. We could just as easily offer wildly different layouts as thematic variations on a single layout. Some examples of this sort of complete restyling include the standards blog at nitot.com, the journal at adactio.com, and the search engine alltheweb.com."
I got props. Cool.
Unfortunately, the design doesn’t work too well in Safari. In fact in the latest public beta, it causes the app to stall completely.
Overall, the more I use Safari, the more I like it. The way the development team have been going after those bug reports is very impressive. I’m sure by the time it reaches 1.0 status, it’ll be a lean, mean browsing machine.