Email churns out bad HTML
In my last note on how it’s better to use the web rather than email as means of distributing and editing your content, I cited producing good quality HTML as one reason.
Emails are notoriously awful when it comes to generating semantic content. Here’s what the Hey! World service produces. No
Also, what happens when I want to include an image in my post, or anything beyond very simple text?
I have to say, I do like the idea of a really simple, stripped down publication system, but I don’t see why that couldn’t be done on the web (and it in fact it has been – we’ve had services like
feathe.rs in the past).
Consider subscribing to the RSS feed. That way, you’ll get notified whenever I post anything new. If you’re not sure about RSS feeds, I wrote a guide to RSS.
A note/post on notes and posts Previous post
Next post A reminder: Publishing to a website is easy