No offense, but the last 5 or so articles I've seen sitepoint published, they've ruined their front page. Not to mention, about 4/5 last articles appear for an hour, then dissapear, then reapper. Also, numerous articles' titles change within the first 20 minutes of the second publishing or so.
For an example of what I mean: I checked sitepoint's homepage just a few minutes ago and got this: http://www.warpspire.com/misc/sitepoint.gif (Times new roman)
No, it wasn't a cache problem. This occurred in several browsers, all emptying caches. Last article they published, the top bar (orange strip) had text half way down it, overlapping into the page.
Before that, there was text in the orange box that was two lines long, breaking some of the layout.
I hate to be cynical, or overly critical... I just find it kind of funny (albeit unprofessional) to see a web design firm messing up their layout every time they publish a new article (something that IMO should be programatic and not break anything).
I guess in the end, I've just lost some of the respect I once had for sitepoint. I've always looked up to them as a respected publisher, but not anymore. I know some people will say chill out, or don't worry about it... but when you work in the industry, you look for these things in professional web sites. You look for the spacing between paragraphs, you look for one pixel misalignments, and to me - completely misformatting your page is completely unacceptable.