May you achieve just enough success to keep you from giving up and finding satisfaction elsewhere, but never enough success to truly relax.
Humans talk funny. We invent words.
Or you can nail the throttle, launching the tach needle into the next county. At which point the sky cracks open and your face melts, like that scene in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, only without the Nazis and a little more Holy Power of a Thousand Millennia raining down on upon humanity
That’s what a Corvette should be like 😉
Most modern programming languages do not consider white space characters (spaces, tabs and newlines) syntax, ignoring them, as if they weren’t there. We consider this to be a gross injustice to these perfectly friendly members of the character set. Should they be ignored, just because they are invisible? Whitespace is a language that seeks to redress the balance. Any non whitespace characters are ignored; only spaces, tabs and newlines are considered syntax.
Here’s the result: the first volume of a two-tape collection called “Internet Power!” from 1995. I’ve included some select quotes and screenshots below.
I really do have to learn how to harness this thing, but I think my modem speed is too fast. Will it work at 28.8?
I hope I can find some more of these videos. Might be a really good thing to become an expert at this highway thing.
O.M.G.I.G.P. – do not watch if you aren’t 16 and male unless you find South Park uproarious.
If you have Silverlight you can wander over to Microsoft’s History of the Internet
otherwise YouTube has most of the clips, just have to look around. Sort of like looking for discreet hair removal products.
SELECT * FROM bean_overtime_availability WHERE `startDateTime` >= DATE(NOW()) AND `available` = 1;
One project that John inherited was a fairly simple web application that tracked overtime. Simple, that is, from the front end. The back end PHP code was responsible for querying a MySQL database with queries similar to this:
via CodeSOD: Simple SQL:
Truly wonderful code generator on this one. Made my morning 😉
Late Thursday, Bare Bones Software released version 9.2 of BBEdit, its popular text and HTML editor. The software retails for US$125 for new users. The new version, a 15.4 megabyte download, features the following fixes and improvements: