Char‘s take on what’s wrong with Christianity.
As I walked on West 4th, parallel to Bleeker, I kept seeing flashbacks to all the times in my life I had walked these same streets before. I saw ghosts of myself beside me and in front of me, laughing, walking, talking, joking, rushing from place to place as I knew I had in the past.
If your CSS is so large you think you need to compress it to increase your web site’s speed, then quite frankly, you’re not using CSS properly.
The other day I ran into two separate occasions where I was asked about polyamory. Thus, this entry.
So I’m headed to the periodontist today. That’s the dentist who will be spending a good hour or so today cutting my gums open and drilling into my jaw bones to create a pocket where he can lodge a small metal implant that will hopefully hold a crown for my upper-right canine tooth. I’m really not looking forward to this today.
At this late hour, I haven’t the wits to add much value it, however this entry by Dave Pollard on the topic of polyamory is such a compelling read that I encourage you to drop what you’re doing and read it right now. (Here is the first article in the series.)
By designing and using a meaningful, cruft-free URL scheme you can easily implement a dynamic, scalable, breadcrumb navigation trail on your entire site with minimal fuss, all in about 30 lines of PHP. I kid you not!
Two days of Jury Duty went by surprisingly quickly and productively. Also, some photos.
An all-nighter pulls two days into one. I attend the Bipolar Disorder Meetup, Danica crashes at my place for the night, and I prepare myself for jury duty tomorrow. Last, but certainly not least, a reader makes history with the first ever financial donation to my web site!