On a different note, my W3C WAI-QuickTips, which are "memory prompt for concepts from the W3C Recommendation Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0", have arrived last week. My colleagues already know I'm zealous about my webstandards, so they weren't surprised when I handed a few out. They're great. If everybody who designs for the web gets them and hands them out and the world will be a better place. Sigh.
I'm discovering a theme here people. Check out this article, entitled "Web developers wary of AOL switch" » "Nobody I know spends a lot of time worrying about whether a site will work with Netscape", says webdeveloper X. Well, in theory you shouldn't worry about any one browser at all. You should design for the standards. When will people learn?