So.. I was looking for a solution to make IE recognize the :hover pseudo-class in other elements besides “a” (links).. from what I understand (and somewhat remember), I believe it was actually Microsoft that created and first introduced :hover. If this is the case then why the fuck could they not manage letting [...]
Archive for April, 2006
I was using file_column today in Ruby on Rails and ended up with the error:
Do not know how to handle a string with value ‘my_fruity_graph.png’ that was passed to a file_column. Check if the form’s encoding has been set to ‘multipart/form-data’.
The problem is obvious.. enctype=”multipart/form-data” was not part of the form_tag.
Now how to get that [...]
Too often do I see this. Ever been to a site where you’re looking for something in the navigation and just cannot find it only to find out that there’s some monstorous button that you can’t believe you missed that has exactly what you want?
Uh oh. It’s a shot of the jEdit [...]
it sucks.. there’s no support for upgrading and keeping your preferences. what a bitch.. makes me want to shoot someone.
Web2.0 has given birth to a lot of sites with very poor usability. They’re pretty! but they’re difficult to navigate and present way too much content in a manner that is confusing to many users.
What is the web2.0 of which I speak?
No I’m not talking about the technology. Forget AJAX.. forget the [...]
There’s been a lot of talk about Ruby on Rails lately. Many people question the fanaticism, the language and of course the framework itself. Lot’s of people saying RoR isn’t going to make it bigtime; I’m here to tell you why they’re all wrong:
Ruby - The language
Ruby the language is a rather [...]
Procrastinate today, procrastinate the next, procrastinate this way and too soon you’ll see your death.
why we fight
Tommorrow is National Jesse Allen Crouch Day. This will be the 20th annual, but the first time it will really be celebrated! Presently it is not an international holiday because of the lack of recognition by most people in other countries so far. Currently it is celebrated widely around the United States.
“Upon installation, the cameras caused an immediate 40 percent increase in rear-end collisions from 53 in 1999 to 74 in 2000. Overall accidents were up between 25 percent and 41 percent from 107 in 1999 to 134 in 2001 and 151 in 2002.”