11 heavens - What the hell

Engage higher reason

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Caroline Schnapp

Bounce Back

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Caroline Schnapp

Shine your light

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Caroline Schnapp

Move

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Caroline Schnapp

Lynda.com CSS Positioning Best Practices course reviewed

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Caroline Schnapp

pWhat do you have in CSS, Lynda? Nothing much, n'est-ce-pas? Apart from Adobe stuff and other emstuff/em that's just too plain old.../p

pAbout a month ago, I needed CSS material to get my CSS juices flowing again, ideally in screencasts form. I ordered the book and DVD bundle citeHandcrafted CSS/cite by Dan Cederholm and Ethan Marcotte. I received the book and DVD two weeks ago but haven't really started on that yet. At about the same time, I also decided to do the Lynda.com citeCSS Positioning Best Practices/cite course.

Prepare the way

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Caroline Schnapp

Learning Ruby on Rails Day 41

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Caroline Schnapp

pSo I modified my Shovell code to use unobtrusive jQuery.nbsp;a href=http://11heavens.com/learning-ruby-on-rails-day-41 class=thereIsMoreToRead title=Read the rest of this posting.Readnbsp;morenbsp;#8594;/a/p

Learning Ruby on Rails Day 40

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Caroline Schnapp

pWhere did time go? Last time I added an entry to my a href=http://11heavens.com/journaling-about-learning-ruby-on-rails title=Journaling about Ruby on RailsLearning Ruby on Rails journal/a, it was May 6th. Today is October 30th. There may have been 40 days of learning between then and now. I am back into it mdash; is what matters.nbsp;a href=http://11heavens.com/learning-ruby-on-rails-day-40 class=thereIsMoreToRead title=Read the rest of this posting.Readnbsp;morenbsp;#8594;/a/p

I am in love

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Caroline Schnapp

pI am in love with a href=http://www.vicchesnutt.com/ title=Vic Chesnutt websiteVic Chesnutt/a ever since I saw him in concert last Saturday in Mile End, Montreal./p
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pI can't say anymore, I'm sorry. And I am frickin' serious./p

Using Greasemonkey to load and use jQuery while being considerate to John's bandwidth

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Caroline Schnapp

pWhen I googled how to use a href=http://jquery.com/ title=jQueryjQuery/a in a a href=https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/748 title=Greasemonkey Add-on for FirefoxGreasemonkey/a script mdash; a script to run on a web page that already loads some other, emconflicting/em, JavaScript framework, like Prototype mdash; I found no script that worked. Not a fucking one. They all contained very wrong bits, and I wander why they're still published. They're still indexed so that people like me can experience strongemmore/em/strong pain. Here's what I came up with after much labor.