The NY Times codes it's HTML and CSS using, get ready...
A text editor!
And low and behold, their site looks great and looks the same in any browser. What do you know... It's amazing what happens when you get people who know what they're doing and will just move forward with common sense, instead of struggling to use "tools" that they think they have to use. It is so refreshing to see that someone out there understands web technologies and does it right.
'It's our preference to use a text editor, like HomeSite, TextPad or TextMate, to "hand code" everything, rather than to use a wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) HTML and CSS authoring program, like Dreamweaver. We just find it yields better and faster results.'"
This made my day.