Bryan, I got this from you, but I read the zeldman feed too. I read the article yesterday, but some of it was out of my depth. CSS and XHTML are gettting closer and closer to a page description language like PCL or PostScript.
Sliding Doors of CSS. This is one of the hardest thing I have tried to teach my friends, and now I don't have to cause Douglas Bowman did a great tutorial on ALA:
“Image-driven, visually compelling user interfaces. Text-based, semantic markup. Now you can have both! Douglas Bowman’s sliding doors method of CSS design offers sophisticated graphics that squash and stretch while delivering meaningful XHTML text. Have your cake and eat it, too!” [A List Apart: for people who make websites]