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Zeldman, Standards, and Meet the Makers Interview

Designing with Web Standards A Conversation With Jeffrey Zeldman On Web Standards is a new and insightful interview with Jeffrey Zeldman by Brian Alvey. Jeffrey talks about how and why the Web Standards Project (WaSP) started, Huey Lewis and WaSP today, web typography and pixels vs. ems, the practicality of standards, CSS, XHTML, government guidelines, Designing with Web Standards, and helpful resources.

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