Google has just started testing a new service to inform webmasters that their CMS is vulnerable to security exploits. Currently they are only targetting administrators of sites running WordPress 2.1.1 but my guess is that they'll be adding support for other versions and other platforms in the future.
Out of the box, Drupal's contact module provides a site-wide contact form. The default form allows some basic customization but if you want to include more advanced HTML (for example a Google map to indicate a location) you'll have to do a little bit more.
Yesterday I was venting my frustrations about the suckiness of Internet Explorer 6. Today the blogosphere is buzzing about Microsoft's plan to introduce a completely new rendering engine in IE8 with a couple of tricks to support both the latest web standards and backwards compatibility.
After - once more - wasting too much time trying to get some CSS to work in Internet Explorer 6, I'm looking forward to February 12th when Microsoft will be pushing Internet Explorer 7 onto corporate desktops. Not a day too soon.
I have been a user of Remember The Milk (an online to-do list) and Gmail (Google's online email service) for quite some time now. Earlier this week RTM released a Firefox plug-in which integrates your to-do list right into Gmail.