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Microsoft is cleaning up it’s act!

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Discovering DOM scripting

I saw this good piece over at clagnut.

I’d like to create a tutorial exercise for this — i’d like to see more people able to do this…

It’s another sign that “…we will see a resurgence of JavaScript over the next year” And that like most things today in web development, we “have a blank canvas on which to re-learn JavaScript and how to apply it well and accessibly“.

Good Times

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Tivo’s 30 Second Skip Easter Egg

BigMarv’s How I Did That | Tivo’s 30 Second Skip Easter Egg

As it turns out, a 30 second skip is buried within the programming of the TiVo and can be brought to the surface using an Easter Egg. After enabling the 30 second skip feature, The –>| button becomes a 30 second skip button. Once you begin using this feature, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
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Final Report: Code Sharing Task Force

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Getting Your Résumé Read – Joel on Software

Joel on Software – Getting Your RĂsumĂ Read

here’s what I do with the rĂsumĂs: I make three piles: Good, OK, and Bad. I give the same rĂsumĂs to Michael and he does the same thing. There are always enough people that we both put in the Good pile that those are really the only people that stand a chance. In principle if we can’t find enough people we like that we both rated as “good” we would consider some people who got Good/OK, but in practice this has never happened.



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