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I have a blog over on Blogger at http://blog.adrianroselli.com/. I post regularly about trends and news in web development, usability, accessibility, social media, best practices, and anything else falls into the very broad category of "web related." Below is just the latest post from my blog, with links to more entries on the side. You can save yourself some hassle and just subscribe to the RSS feed and let it come to you.
This afternoon I awkwardly stumbled through my talk for CSS Summit, Making Your Site Printable. I can tell you that speaking to a screen instead of to a room full of people is a whole different experience than I was expecting. Fortunately for you I do not have an audio/video recording. I do however, have all the slides.
Links to resources referenced in the slides (in the order they appear):
I'd like to note that thanks to the generosity of CSS Summit, I was provided with two tickets to today's talks that I could give away as I saw fit. I opted to offer them to two deserving young women from the Buffalo chapter of Girl Develop It (neither heckled me):
Finally, one of the novel things about an online conference is that attendees seem to be more active on Twitter. I got feedback and questions, and even fielded a few sub-tweets (I happen to know the print styles aren't glamorous, but most of the fundamentals aren't). I've collected the tweets in a Storify, which I have embedded here:
Based on the activity from these two tweets alone, I am really hopeful that web developers are starting to see that print styles have value and belong in a responsive workflow. Only time will tell. The tweets:
See it on the blog with any comments.