It's funny, sometimes when I write about Web standards and accessibility and usability I get emails thanking me for taking the time to explain it. But as Roger mentions in his Vitamin article
Why standards still matter
, more and more often people are saying that they're bored with this message.
But if people were really doing it, and not just bored with the message, I wouldn't be seeing comments in my blog along the lines of "tables ARE a layout tool" and "I don't want to learn CSS". And I would see fewer and fewer sites in my Design Gallery
that use tables for layout, but as you can see, most of them still do.
You may be bored with CSS and standards-based design, but until everyone is using it (or at least most people are), we all need to keep encouraging the hold outs to try it.