Scott Meyers has an interesting article up about the five most important non-book publications in the history of C++. They're all still interesting reading --- I was tickled to see that Todd Veldhuizen's article on template metaprogramming made the list --- and remind me (yet again) what a good job the C++ community has done of documenting how the language got to where it is. (Every serious programmer should read Stroustrup's Design and Evolution of C++ at least once.)