Many, many years ago, Tim Berners-Lee wrote this page of answers to (genuinely) frequently asked questions he got from school kids working on reports. I absolutely love the clear straightforward language he uses to describe concepts like hypertext, packet switching, and HTTP.
I can forgive our answer machines if they sometimes get it wrong. It’s less easy to forgive the confidence with which the bad answer is presented, giving the impression that the answer is definitive. That’s a design problem.
In which I attempt to answer some questions raised in the reading of Resilient Web Design.
A good range of answers for this year’s question, overlapping a bit with 2011’s What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit?
Eric asked me some questions and I was only too happy to give some answers.
A beautifully presented site wherein Ben and Frank endeavour to answer your design-related questions.
John answers some questions about microformats.