Iraq Veterans Against the War have taken it into their own hands to show the people of the United States the gruesome face of war. IVAW members return to uniform, this time to serve their country in different way. You have to see it to believe it: straight from the streets of Baghdad to the streets of New York City, Operation First Casualty.
Archive for November, 2008
It’s 55 minutes of material, which would give me 5 minutes of flexibility to keep it under an hour. I’m not sure if it’s too long, though, and I should keep it to 30 minutes instead. But I’m such a babbler that I could easily fill the hour. If I’m to do a weekly developer tutorial, then there’s no hope of a 30 minute episode. With the above schedule, though, you essentially get 25-30 minutes of “talk show”, 15 minutes of “town hall” and 15 minutes of “developer corner”. So it’s kind of 3 shows in one, when looked at that way. I might even record them as three separate segments, though back-to-back, so people can just watch the parts they are interested in. (Details)
“For people who make websites”
A List Apart Magazine explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.
- Web Standards 2008: Three Circles of Hell
- Deafness and the User Experience
And much more. The new articles can easily be followed by using their RSS feed.
I’m not a big fan of Regular Expressions. Mostly because I’m so inexperienced of using them. But even I see the oppurtinity to replace complex IF statements with RegExps (for example: has a number the form of a positive decimal number with 1 or two decimal places).
To ease the use of RegExps, there are myriads of online RegExps Testers. My favorite is
Go ahead and try it, simple but powerfull.