Wednesday's lunchtime links

Written by Adrian Holovaty on September 4, 2002

TV Spy examines Cablevision's News 12 Interactive, which, the article claims, "is truly pushing local news forward".

According to E-Media Tidbits, The Digital Collection's archive of Sept. 11, 2001, news site screenshots has been relaunched. In my opinion, the Wayback Machine's September 11 Web Archive is a lot better, but both sites are interesting to browse.

In a new Digital-Web Magazine article, Zeldman argues that "the symptoms of disease and decay have already started to appear" in sites that don't use Web standards. News sites are a key part of this uninformed group. If you're wondering what the standards movement is all about, this piece is a must-read.

If you've got a second, e-mail me via my new contact page to introduce yourself. (Previously the "Contact" link took users to a strange page on my old site, which was somewhat jarring; now there's a better page that matches the rest of this site.) I'm always interested in suggestions, comments, tips and ideas, etc., and I'd love to chat with readers.

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