Today, April 9th 2008 is the official CSS Naked Day.Â This is why GetUSB looks simple and plain.
On April 9th, 2008, hundreds, possibly thousands, of blogs and websites will go naked in honor of CSS Naked Day.
This is the third year of the annual CSS Naked Day which honors web design and designers around the world who help make our websites and blogs look â€œprettyâ€ to the eye while still being totally functional under the hood.
Dustin Diaz wanted to give the web world an opportunity to remind everyone of the benefits of CSS web page design. By removing the stylesheet for the day, the world would see naked web pages, giving a little more appreciation for the skills of web page designers.
I think you’ll agree – CSS is an invaluable tool – GetUSB looks so much better in my slick, customized CSS style sheet.
Today is also an opportunity to showcase how usable and accessible my web page structure is even without the pretty, reminding the world that it is the law that your website must accessible by everyone using any method to access your blog.
Let’em think you are real crazy. Chat away on this retro style old-timer phone handset with no cords. Don’t mention it’s Bluetooth enabled, just let them figure it out by themselves.
The retro styled handset has a blue LED indicator for Bluetooth connectivity and runs off recharegable battaries. When juice gets low, just plug in via USB and charge it up.
The bluetooth old-fashion handset yields about 30 feet of range and works with Bluetooth version 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2.
Hate to point out the obvious, but the bluetooth handset does not include a cell phone, you’ll need to dig that up yourself.
The retro style handset is available exclusively through ThinkGeek for $30.