Standards Suck publishes video podcasts made by Anne van Kesteren, Marcos Caceres, and Lachlan Hunt about Web standards. We want to give the community an insight into standardization by critically looking at what goes on behind the scenes at the W3C.
Anne, Marcos, and Lachlan are all passionate about the Web and standards, and we all edit various specifications at the W3C.
The show was created by Anne and Marcos in MaraÃ±a, Spain, over a few (too many!) beers. Since then, the show has become a run-away success making all who contribute Ferrari-driving, supermodel-dating, multimillionaires.
People appearing in the podcasts, including Anne, Marcos, and Lachlan speak for themselves, not their employers.
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