? It certainly feels that way, or am I just in a state of moribund depression over the whole nature of web development and Standards?
Forums and lists that don't publicly enforce generally accepted rules of net etiquette tend to lose their more knowledgeable members. I, and I include myself in that class, have witnessed such collapses; they're not pretty. An example may be found at DigitalPoint's html/css forums. Except for a very few of us who can't resist the challenge of providing guidance, there are no authoritative voices left.
Many of you donated generously to the One Laptop Foundation earlier this year, and together we purchased a couple of laptops for disadvantaged children. You may have been wondering why the donate add didn't reappear after the site upgrade. You can now donate any amount directly from the OLPC website.
Firefox is one of the most important tools for web developers. Firebug combined with Firefox’s strong support for standards means that most web developers are building for Firefox first and then porting to other browsers later.
The end of another of those little eras in the life of the internet.
Geocities has been around as long as I can remember, well quite long.
They shall be missed - erm well maybe not but na speak ill of the dead!
Many of us probably cut our web creation/hosting teeth on this service, it was one of the first web hosts, it feels strangely odd that it's gone.
It's funny how such a large organization can manage to make such a balls up of a takeover