This module describes how the CSS formatting box tree is generated from the document element tree and defines the display and box-suppress properties that control it.CSS is a language for describing the rendering of structured documents […][mehr] (Quelle: W3C News) I’m old enough to remember when laptops entered the workforce. At first only the select few could be seen walking around with their giant black IBMs and silver Dells.“Man,” I thought, “now I can work anywhere, any time!

Slowly our office started to reflect this newfound freedom.

Work looked less and less like work, and more and more like home.

We so desperately want to draw lines between things, but there are often too many variables to make those lines clean.

Why, then, do we draw such strict lines between our roles on projects? The old thinking of defined roles is certainly loosening up, but we still have a long way to go.

They’d be lumped into the same screen-size–dependent groups, but they are two totally different device classes, so how do we determine what goes together?

That’s a simple example, but it points to a larger issue.

The WAI Education and Outreach Working Group (EOWG) has published Web Accessibility Tutorials on Images and Tables. These tutorials show you how to create web content that is accessible to people with disabilities and that improves the user experience for all users.

They include general guidance, and specific examples […][mehr] (Quelle: W3C News) The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Working Group has published a Working Draft of CSS Display Module Level 3.

Work has seeped into our leisure hours, making the two tough to distinguish.

So I guess this column is my attempt to give you permission to do nothing every once in a while. But to take the time you need to get better at what you do, and enjoy it a lot more.

In short, being idle tells your brain that it’s in need of something different, which stimulates creative thinking.