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CSS Naked Day 2010

April 8th, 2010

Today marks the second time (because it took me so long to design my website after I turned it into a blog) that I've celebrated CSS Naked Day, which is a time for designers to remove styles from their websites, showing the underlying semantic HTML in all its glory. The point of this has always been to show the point of and promote such semantic HTML and web standards by showing how they serve to organize a site's content before it is visually organized.

Geocities deserves a ceremony

October 25th, 2009

There is a post today at Mashable about the final closing of Geocities, which was originally announced back in April. Geocities was the first place where I learned to code HTML, starting in August of 1997.

CSS Naked Day 2009

April 4th, 2009

Each year, there is an event participated in by many standards-aware web designers and developers, called CSS Naked Day.

Design of registration forms

December 8th, 2008

Recently, I got an invite to Flixster, which apparently is a movie review sharing website.

Amazon customer service experience

September 4th, 2008

Do you remember CDNow? They were an online music retailer that was purchased by Amazon in the late 1990s.

Nooma “She” premiere

August 18th, 2008

For 48 hours starting today (Monday) at noon, there is a premiere of a new video from Nooma, called "She." I would encourage you to give this a look.

Dad things

June 24th, 2008

I wanted to announce that my dad has started blogging. I've told him for some time that he should do so.

The Indian Taxi Fund and Revolution Money Exchange

May 5th, 2008

Recently, I've become acquainted with Josh Brown (and Anna). Kiera and I, I think, resonate strongly with them.

Nooma: “Open” premiere

February 19th, 2008

For the next day or so (48 hours starting on Monday at noon), there is a premiere of a new video from Nooma about prayer.


I have had an account with for a long time; a couple of years or so. Typically, I very rarely use it. I would import all of my Firefox bookmarks into it, and then forget about it for a while. I would come back a few months, or a year later, and realize that the entire thing was different than my bookmarks currently were.

Interestingly enough, does not give users the ability to delete all of the bookmarks at once. So, to avoid having to go through over 1,000 deletions manually, I would just delete the account and start it over again with the same username.

The other day, I decided to start over again. But this time, I intend to use it to store things that are of interest to me on a daily basis. For example, the presidential typography article. Good blog posts, inspirational designs, interesting news, and so on. You can see my bookmarks.

Each day, at least for now, I will have the links of the day posted automatically. If there is any interest in this, or if I find it enjoyable, I’ll keep doing it.

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Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.