October 2, 2012 at 9:36 am | web.

People have more computing power in their pocket than was imaginable 25 years ago. It’s not the “Post” PC era, it’s the Super PC era.

at 9:23 am | blabbing.

A quick and easy way to sync a site you are working on between machines is to setup the site in the Dropbox folder on your machine. If you don’t have Dropbox, go and sign up because its a very handy piece of software for keeping files in sync as well as collaborating with others on music or whatever.

If you have a working site in your /Users/Name/Sites/ folder move that same folder (don’t copy) to your Dropbox folder on your machine.

In Terminal type the following to setup your Symlink between the folder in Dropbox and a folder in the sites folder.

ln -s /Users/YOURNAME/Dropbox/NAMEOFFOLDER /Users/YOURNAME/sites/NAMEOFFOLDER

One last thing is to make sure that the persmission of your Dropbox folder on your machine is set to 755. You can do this in Terminal or by hitting Command+I on the folder.

Now your are ready to work on the folder no matter what machine you are on.

September 27, 2012 at 9:40 am | blabbing.

JS tag in syntaxhighlighter with the 7th line highlighted. Which is easier or better?

<script type="text/javascript">
	getGravity = function(){
		//alert("I have the input.");
		if(document.getElementById('og-slider').value != ''){
			var og = document.getElementById('og-slider').value;			
		}else {
			alert("Please Enter an Original Gravity");
		}
		if(document.getElementById('fg-slider').value != ''){
			var fg = document.getElementById('fg-slider').value;
		}else {
			alert("Please Enter an Final Gravity");
		}
	        var subTotal = og - fg;
		subTotal = subTotal.toFixed(3);
		var abw = subTotal *105;
		abw = abw.toFixed(2);
		abv = abw * 1.25;
		abv = abv.toFixed(1);
		document.getElementById('abw').innerHTML = abw + "%";
		document.getElementById('abv').innerHTML = abv + "%";
	}
</script>

Embed of Gist from Github

September 13, 2012 at 5:52 pm | web.

The care of a phone, computer, email inbox is in direct proportion to a persons digital life. Some people are just digital slobs.