I finally got around to watching this, so thought I would share. So, for your Friday afternoon enjoyment, here are some startingly and thought-provoking facts to mull over this weekend.
The technical savvy of today's kids sometimes leaves me flabbergasted. Yesterday my seven-year-old, who is in a combined second/third grade class at school, said to me,"You know Eli Hernstein, Mom?"
"Sure, he was in your kindergarten class," I said...
I have the patience of a gnat. I promised myself I'd wait 6 months before buying an iPhone. It was hard, though. So, around my birthday, I starting hinting broadly and got my husband to buy one for me instead. I love my new iPhone. The design is brilliant. It's a pleasure to look at, a pleasure to hold, and a pleasure to use. If it weren't for one thing, it would be as close to perfect as you can come. But that one thing is a big one thing. Believe it or not, the iPhone cannot be tethered to a laptop and used as a modem.
After coding a few dozen or more forms, it finally occurred to me one day that I was going about form creation the wrong way. Writing the code from scratch for every new form was a pain. So I created a list of the most common form elements that I can copy-n-paste for quick-n-easy forms.
Maybe it's because I just had a birthday. Or maybe it's that I recently passed my 10th anniversary of building web sites. But lately I seem to hear more people than usual wondering if this "working with the web" business isn't a younger person's game.