Easily digested, Bite Size Standards
I have noticed that many web professionals I talk to find themselves too busy to have the time to read lengthy, detailed tutorials or articles. That’s quite understandable when all you’re looking for is a solution to a specific problem. When you’re in that mode, you want the answer now, not after reading an article as long as those I write tend to become.
So John Oxton’s idea of presenting useful information on web standards and related topics in small, bite-sized chunks seems like a very good one. He brought together a team of experts and created Bite Size Standards, a collaborative blog that
aims to offer concise web development tutorials, tips and tricks.
Bite Size Standards being brand new and all, there aren’t a whole lot of tips there yet, and a couple of those that have been published could use a little polishing to avoid comments from nitpickers like me. But breaking down useful information into small pieces is a great concept, so I still think this site is very promising.
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