As I started looking at the site, I got more and more scared. This guy has written multiple books in the HTML-space, and based on the dozen or two pages I saw in the Perl-space, the HTML stuff (which I didn't look at) must be cargo-cult "please upgrade to the latest one of two browsers" junk.
Specifically, the Perl stuff involved the use of lifted copies of MSA's WWWBoard (CERT-warning for cross-site-scripting vulnerability) and FormMail.pl (known as an easy spam relay). Every CGI script also began with the silly hand-decoder for form parameters.
And don't get me started that he calls it PERL instead of Perl.
I sent a nice long letter directly to Joe this morning, especially pointing out the security holes and threats to the health of the net if his advice is followed, and gave a pointer to NMS. But I thought the rest of you might get a chuckle at just what kind of stuff passes for "good info" out there.