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.net magazine Q&A

Jun 28, 2012

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.net magazine

For the June issue of .net magazine, I had the true pleasure of answering several reader's questions.

And I really mean true pleasure, because for the first time in months, I got a chance to write without having to research or even pick a topic. Basically, @netmag put out the call on Twitter, picked seven questions from readers, and I answered.

Expanded Answers Online

What was also really great for me, as a writer, was having such a broad range of questions to address: HTML5, microformats, freelancing and public speaking.

In my typical fashion, my answers were fairly verbose … a little too much so for the limited real estate in the print edition. Fortunately, the good folks at .net magazine posted the full content of my answers online.

Go read it!

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I'm a freelance web designer of the standardista variety, which means I get excited about things like valid POSH, microformats and accessibility. I ply my trade from my one-person design studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106 USA.

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