Revisiting Ten Tips
There's a fresh fashion for my 2002 piece on Ten Tips for Writing The Living Web.
Darren Barefoot calls it "the best article I've read about writing for the Web", but takes me to task for mentioning Tinderbox. Commenter Melanie Watts says I'm "glibly dashing off a piece filled with clichés and platitudes" Karen Munro finds it a refreshing contrast to people who just don't like weblogs, but argues that a well-wrought weblog might be more work than it's worth. John Matthew calls it "Manna for Internet writers!"