CANOE is now paddling into its eighth year. Despite all the hardships the site has been through, it is good to see that CANOE’s still online.
Matt Haughey has written a blogger-friendly introduction to Mozilla — worth a read if you still don’t “get” Mozilla and its siblings.
Haughey is perhaps best known for MetaFilter, the community blog The Morning News targets in a great parody. Although aimed at MetaFilter, the piece is true of meta-talk on any discussion group. It also illustrates one of the reasons why I prefer email-based discussion groups over Web-based ones: with email, you can easily take it offlist.
A week ago, Doug Bowman ranted about the problems with frames he (and others) encountered trying to build “valid” pages. The result is Doug’s latest service to the community: the Frame Spacing Test. Bookmark it, because one day you’ll need it.