> Slightly deviating from the subject: > Who are going to joing "the first annual webmasters naked day?" > Will we be seeing evolt naked? > > http://www.volkanozcelik.com/cre8/blog/2006/04/i-will-be-naked-for-one-full-day.html What an amazingly fresh and great new idea! I'll be declaring "Celebrate me for being a cool hip web designer day" on April the 12th, to show how amazing web designers are, let's all wear kippers on our heads and jump on one foot all day! 1998 saw greyday that called all web designers to grey out their web site to show what it looked like if all copyright infringement were to be followed up as lawsuits: http://web.archive.org/web/19990224113837/www.greyday.org/main.html The original site is a domain squatter thingy now but this spoof is to the point: http://www.ntk.net/grey.html Techheads also countered with grayday basically telling the design community not to get their knickers in a twist: http://web.archive.org/web/20010415065738/grayday.org/main.html My personal $.02: Can we stop the self indulgence and thinking people really care about our personal blogs and how we achieve some technical stunt and concentrate on what we offer the visitors in terms of information instead of celebrating ourselves? Sorry for sounding grumpy, but putting a lot of time and effort into an idea like http://csstoolshed.com and receiving nearly no submissions whatsoever makes me really angry at memes pointing to personal blogs and wasting our time advocating to the already enlightened. If you want to raise awareness about CSS and semantic markup and that web sites can work without CSS a real web site for the cause, backed up by a body like the W3C or WaSP and acccompanied by press releases in the mainstream press with explanations as to the whys and hows for non-techie people might have some impact, this is just celebrating ourselves and there has certainly not been a lack of that in the past.