Hello and welcome to the third edition of the Carnival of the Web! Despite this being the middle of the summer, it's obviously not everyone has been on holiday. This month we have some more great blog posts I hope you'll enjoy. For more information on this carnival, or to submit an article, check out the carnival info page.
Next, Simon Willison gives a detailed review with the ups and downs of Sticking with Opera 9.
If you're hungry for some Bite Size Standards, why not learn how to Clean up code with semantic anchors.
James Bennett gives some perspective on what security really means with Letâ€™s talk about frameworks, security edition.
Clay Mabbitt over at Web Design Business Best Practices walks us through a useful but often overlooked aspect of database design, showing how to leave an audit trail in your database.
Joe Kissell brings us the next Interesting Thing of the Day, a look at the million dollar homepage and how to make a fortune with paperclips and pixels.
D Kai Wilson of Mechanical Regurgitation brings us through an often necessary sanity check by asking the question: Are YOU listed on spam blacklists?
SÃ©rgio Rebelo at twodotfive weighs the pros and cons of using a fixed layout with Blog Widths.
And to finish things off with a laugh, Avant News brings us news all the way from the year 2008, letting us know that Social Networking Site Digg.com to Replace Traditional Voting.