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A nice
list
by Scott Heiferman. This will help get the wheels spinning in your head
when you’re trying to figure out how to improve your site or generate more traffic.

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Note to Self

Find out what the maximum size a CSS file can be before a performance drop is
noticed. Is there a general rule of thumb? Are there any standard practices?

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Current list of extensions:

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Thingamy

Sometimes you just need inspiration. What can be more inspiring and disruptive
then a tag only web site.

Thingamy

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gapingvoid

Notes: Great post explaining how to sync internal and external communications. Align the conversation by using blogs to poke holes through the membrane. Works for both internal and external blogging.

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Three great design PDF’s by Roger Parker.

Download the PDF’s

  • 10 Commandments of Guerilla Marketing Design
  • 12 Most Common Newsletter Design Mistakes
  • 14 Biggest eBook Design Mistakes

These will help justify your design ideas in a corporate environment. I especially
enjoyed the white space bullet.

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Bulletproof Web Design

Bulletproof Web Design: Improving flexibility and protecting
against worst-case scenarios with XHTML and CSS

Rating: 5 out of 5

Author: Dan Cederholm

ISBN: 032
1346939

Read: January 2006

Notes: Excellent book on CSS

Tags: CSS,
“style sheet”, book, recommended, January, 2006, web, design

5<strong>Read:</strong>
January 2006

Notes: Excellent book on CSSCSS, “style sheet”, book,
recommended, January, 2006, web, design

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