jQuery Efficiency

March 12, 2012Category: WebTags: , ,

Over the summer I started working on a data table project, and in the end got it working entirely. But the code was bulky.

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CSS3 Proposal – Width/Height % Behavior Change

February 24, 2012Category: WebTags: ,

Under current CSS rules, specifying width or height (or their respective min-‘s) by percentage is relatively easy, yet it’s unnecessarily limited.

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Windows’ Logos

February 19, 2012Category: Interesting FindsTags: ,

Microsoft recently unveiled the new logo for Windows 8, and many people hate it. Personally I think it harkens back to the Windows 1 logo, way way back.

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Corning’s Second Day of Glass

February 6, 2012Category: WritingTags: , ,

Nearly a year ago Corning released a video encapsulating it’s vision of the future. It’s gotten 17 million views on Youtube and started numerous discussions.

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Gingrich’s Mad Debating Skills

January 21, 2012Category: PoliticsTags: ,

I’ve long been impressed with Newt Gingrich’s debating skills. He might have baggage and problems politically, but on a debate stage he’s the king.

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4K, 8K, The Future of TV?

January 14, 2012Category: WritingTags: , , , , ,

Last fall, I was reading predictions for Black Friday sales, and many were saying that HDTVs would be a big sale item, because they were finally reaching market saturation.

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