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From: David <dsiegel@best.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 1995 12:55:51 -0700
Message-Id: <v0151013fac749aea7735@[204.156.141.49]>
To: howcome@w3.org, www-style@w3.org, bert@let.rug.nl
Dear W3 implementors,

I was a graduate student of Knuth's and am working on various web projects,
from my personal site (which was just awarded runner-up Cool Site of the
Year by the people of the Web) to my book on Advanced Web Site Design. I
have a designer's viewpoint, and I would like to become more involved in
style sheet specs.

I have a large site with an essay on the future of HTML/Web design, I hope
you'll see it:

http:/www.dsiegel.com/damage/

As a professional typographer and designer, I'd like to see the voices of
designers represented. For example, to "justify" means to straighten both
margins. There is no such thing as "left justify."

Please read my essay and tell me how I can help.

Thank you and good luck,


David Siegel
"Clarity"   "Brevity"   "Bandwidth"

My casbah:
http://www.dsiegel.com/

The High-Five site (see it every wednesday for a new, well-designed site):
http://www.best.com/~dsiegel/high_five/high_five.html


dsiegel@best.com
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Palo Alto, CA 94301
415 326-3936
fax 326-6027

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        1   I love your web site
        2   Would you like to work for us?
        3   The e-check is in the datastream
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