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Viewing code as a liability rather than asset changes the discussion about features. Their merit must outweigh their cost.
My farmer-uncle frequently says one day he'll rage-quit farming to become a programmer.
Replacing Radio Buttons Without Replacing Radio Buttons http://www.sitepoint.com/replacing-radio-buttons-without-replacing-radio-buttons/ … via @sitepointdotcom by @heydonworks
@steveklabnik @cromwellryan I have a git alias that makes adding the refspec easy: https://github.com/jasonkarns/dotfiles/blob/master/.config/git/config#L47 …
I want to watch Lou Holtz feed Mark May a string of buckeyes until he says GO BUCKS or chokes.
I can't even sit down
Thank goodness for the playoff this year. Else this game would have been Alabama vs Florida State
Stop Breaking the Web
All the wordpress security vulnerabilities are trying to give me the final push to migrate to lineman-blog
"it would be naive to suppose that styling practices which are agnostic to markup practices are conducive to accessible interface design."
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