Eric Costello is a contract developer for hire, working out of his mysterious company Schwa. He maintains a personal site at glish.com, where he links to articles on Web standards, DHTML, CSS, XML, and other topics of interest to his small web developer's mind. He helped usher in the era of CSS page layouts by offering information and free CSS templates at CSS Layout Techniques, co-authored the upcoming Dynamic HTML Bible, and is currently working on a book for Glasshaus entitled "Cascading Style Sheets:
Separating Content From Presentation." He is a member of the Web Standards steering committee, and the developer for Stewart Butterfield's 5K Contest,
along with being a pretty lousy guitar player, photographer and husband. And
he has two kids.