20 Feb 2007 11 am eastern

An Event Apart Seattle 2007

Announcing An Event Apart Seattle 2007, June 21st–22nd, at Bell Harbor International Conference Center, situated smack dab on the waterfront of picturesque Puget Sound in Seattle, WA, USA.

Learn from Tim Bray, father of XML; Google’s Jeff Veen; designer Andy Budd of Clearleft; Khoi Vinh, design director at NYTimes.com and author of subtraction.com; Shawn Lawton Henry of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI); Mint creator Shaun Inman; Newsvine CEO/ESPN redesigner Mike Davidson; and messieurs Jason Santa Maria, Eric Meyer, and me.

Tickets for the two-day event, including meals, goodies, and a party, are $795 (until May 21st). Seating is limited, first-come, first-served; registration opens March 15th. Details are available at aneventapart.com.

[tags]design, webdesign, aneventapart, seattle[/tags]

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8 Responses to “An Event Apart Seattle 2007”

  1. Mark Wallis said on

    Idea: make the podcasts available for those unfortunates who live too far away to even think about attending, maybe through iTunes, could even publish them as audio books and sell them. Just wishing out loud here ….

  2. Code Candies » Blog Archive » Event said on

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  3. Joe Eastham » Blog Archive » AEA Seattle or Gnomedex? said on

    [...] An Event Apart and Gnomedex are in Seattle this spring and the decision is driving me nuts.  Maybe work will pay for one and I can sell a kidney for the other.   Does anyone know a black-market kidney dealer? [...]

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  5. Jylan Wynne said on

    To Jeffrey:

    I noticed that when I use the CSS validity check link at the bottom of this site’s pages, the CSS is not valid because of the text-shadow rule.

    I thought you might want to know.

  6. Jeffrey Zeldman said on

    @Jylan:

    Text-shadow is a proposed CSS3 property. Apple’s Safari browser supports it, so Safari users (a fair-sized chunk of this site’s readership) get an ever-so-slightly enhanced layout effect when viewing these pages.

    Because text-shadow is still just a proposed property, the W3C CSS validation service does not recognize it. When the W3C CSS validation service does not recognize a property, attribute, or value, it flags it as an error. That’s a reasonable thing for the validator to do. Most such occurrences are indeed errors.

    But in this case, I’ve written the text-shadow property and its values correctly per CSS3 specs. If the validation service grokked CSS3, no error would be reported.

    I’m not saying that the W3C CSS validation service should understand CSS3, I’m just explaining why its “error” message in this case does not worry me, and does not prevent me from using text-shadow.

  7. Jylan Wynne said on

    @Jeffrey:

    I noticed that when I go to the actual CSS validation home page, It has an option where it is possible to select CSS 3 validation. If they have the option on that page, I reckon the validator should automatically use CSS 3 validation when when it detects CSS 3 propertys.

    BTW, I have read both your DWWS books and I think they are great!

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