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Button, button, who’s got the button? Roger, Kevin and Alex do. Each button/link styling technique has its faults but that’s our job as designers, to consider our options and pick the lesser evil based on our clients’ or audience’s needs. Permalink

Coda Panic’s new “One-Window Web Development” app. See also Steven F’s introduction. Ditto that for Cabel’s. Drag and drop Grep? Killer. Permalink

Inherit Expression for IE? Eric Meyer is looking for IE CSS expression-savvy developers to hack out a solution for IE’s lack of support for the inherit property. Permalink

Steven F on Panic’s 10 Year Anniversary “It is by a more or less random coincidence that on the day after our company’s tenth birthday, we will be conducting by far our biggest, most ambitious new software launch of all time. I hope you’ll come by to check it out, especially if you make web sites.” Permalink

An Event Apart Seattle 2007 I’m onboard to talk about Evolving an Interface on day two and will be drawing from my experiences with the short-lived but sweet ShortStat and the curiously successful Mint. Permalink

Mike D. on swfIRFlash for images? I can hear screams coming from the ivory towers where the validatorians and standardistas live. I like those screams. I live for those screams.” Permalink

swfIR Dan Mall and crew’s new Flash-based image replacement is out. Go here, increase your browser text size, rejoice. Permalink

Eric Meyer asks “What do you consider to be some of the most important events in the history of CSS and web design? How about some of the most overlooked events in that same history?” Permalink

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Knockout Type My contribution to 24ways.org on reducing the visual weight of light-on-dark text in Safari. Thin is always in. Permalink

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