Sometimes our job titles and distinctions feel like the plastic grass in a sushi bento; flimsy and only there for decoration.
I understand how bloated and non-reusable code can get when a dozen people who don’t talk to each other work on it over a period of years. I don’t believe the problem is the principle of semantic markup or the cascade in CSS. I believe the problem is a dozen people working on something without talking to each other.
I think I concur with this list. Although I guess it’s worth remembering that, given the size of the CSS spec, this isn’t an overly-long list.
It’s interesting that quite a few of them are about how things are named. It’s almost as if that’s one of the, say, two hardest things in computer science.
The hitherto unnoticed connection between the names of Android phones and the names of condoms.
A terrific overview by Richard of the variations in names around the world:
How do people’s names differ around the world, and what are the implications of those differences on the design of forms, ontologies, etc. for the Web?
Brian documents his beautiful Geonames SVG maps.
This is so so childish but here you go: rude place names on Google Maps.