Eventful Week Can’t Even Come Close…

Call this week eventful would be an understatement. Monday was the anniversary of Mom’s death. Wednesday night the Phillies win the World Series, yesterday my friends’s 2 month old son has a successful surgery to address an intestinal issue, and today it is Halloween (wait till you see Emma) and the Phillies parade (which we […]

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CSS for Programmers

Two great pieces that I’ll be sure to reference in the future (expecially when I redesign this blog): Stefano’s Linotype: Why Programmers Suck at CSS Design niqos design studio: CSS for Programmers (and anyone else who appreciates clean, approachable CSS)

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The World Series Rainout and Philadelphia

Jeff Passan at Yahoo! Sports says Baseball’s crown event is beyond repair due to the handling of the game in face of the weather. Phil Sheridan at the Inquirer, in a much linked to piece, says it’s the league’s pursuit of television ratings that’s to blame. Jayson Stark at ESPN says that now, no matter […]

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A bittersweet day?

Today might be the day that Carlton, Schmidt, McGraw, Rose, get some company in Philly sports immortality. Today is that one year marker I mentioned in a previous post. Go Phillies! (Oh, and I haven’t shaved since Friday. Not going to until this is over. So it is a scruffy manic Monday!)

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The one pattern to rule them all

The guitar scale version, the software engineering version. Related: Mozila Developer Center: Class-Based vs. Prototype-Based Languages. Wikipedia: Prototype pattern JavaWorld: A look at the Composite design pattern Fluffycat: Java Design Patterns

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