Sometimes you do things out of an impulse, and only think of the consequences later. That’s what happened when I signed up/pledged/signed my life away/subscribed to Project 52 (#p52) — only a few days later, looking at my already crammed writing schedule, I realised it wasn’t going to be easy.
But I’m no quitter, so this is where you come in. I often get emails from readers of this blog asking for help or more details on a particular subject — I would be absolutely thrilled if you kept them coming: ask me anything you want (as long as it relates to the subject of this blog), big or small, simple or complex, and I’ll try and answer it in a post, with full credit to you.
By doing this I’ll know that, at least in some instances, I’ll be helping out someone for sure. I’ll also continue posting other articles that I have lined up, of course.
Shoot me an email or just leave a comment on this post.
P52’s first week
Since I’m not adding any useful content with this post, here’s a short list of worth reading Project 52 first posts by other participants:
- Jason Cale posted a beautifully massive post on “The fine art of degradable interface elements”.
- Craig Rowe decided to start the Project with an article on .NET development.
- Lee Munroe reviewed the recently published Smashing Book.
- Jack Osborne delved into the realm of pseudo-elements.
- Tim Van Damme incited everyone to “Stop being so fucking polite”.
- Paul Stanton gave us a look into CSS coding standards.
Have you written anything yet?
And to the all seeing P52 eye: this post counts, alright?