Coding with Jesse

Carnival of the Web #2

July 23rd, 2006

Welcome to the second edition of the Carnival of the Web.

To start things off, Emil Stenström at Friendly Bit brings up some good points with Current issues with Microformats.

John Oxton makes us web developers all feel a little bit better about ourselves with No I am not bloody sorry.

Rob Cherney follows up on John Oxton's post (and makes us feel even better) with A Bloody Good Developer.

Justin Palmer at EncyteMedia gives a different way of looking at design issues with Unconscious Interface Design.

Clay Mabbitt of Web Design Businesses Best Practices gives a nice guide to Pricing your web design service.

Joe Kissell at Interesting Thing of the Day gives us an introduction to Wikis.

Ohad's Internet News referees the battle of the giants with Google VS Microsoft.

Gerard at Interweb World wants to help you Perfect Your WordPress Title Tags.

George Papp at the Website Auction Hub answers the question How can I monetize my forum and start making money with it?.

Daniel Scocco of Innovation Zen outlines the top 5 trends of Marketing Under the Information Age.

And finally, Daniel Swiecki wonders what comes after Web 2.0 by asking How Much Rounder Can Corners Get?.

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Jesse Skinner Hi, I'm Jesse Skinner. I'm a self-employed web developer with over two decades of experience. I love learning new things, finding ways to improve, and sharing what I've learned with others. I love to hear from my readers, so please get in touch!