A good estimate of my workload level is the density (or frequency) or my entries here. Normally, I run across a few link-worthy items a day. Often times, I grab the link, drop it on my desktop, and write up an entry when I have some downtime (usually lunch).
Lately, I’ve been busy and burnt-out — not a good combo — as a result, there’s a number of pet projects that just aren’t getting done and a tonne of links sitting in a newly created folder on my desktop. In an attempt to clear the link-backlog, here are some of the latest:
- A collection of great new NN4.x-friendly CSS layouts from Alex Robinson has been added to the my list. (Know of some others? Send me a note.)
- Alex also has been goofing on some CSS spirals.
- Search Engine World has nice, simple page-size checker.
- Canadian Webcasters retransmitting traditional broadcasting will not be licenced by the CRTC. However, TV signals cannot be put on the Net without permission, thus dashing the hopes of JumpTV (an ICraveTV-esque service).
- New Architect (née Web Techniques) is no more (via scottandrew).
- CanWest Global is either giving convergence a real try, or is trying to centralize control.
- And, finally, an interesting, if not very secure, idea for making micropayments a reality.