February 1st, 2006

duke-stop

Amusing Javascript

Hee! That was an amusing slightly-broken webpage I just saw.

The comments in particular made me smile. Oh yes, I've made remarks like that in my code too. Hopefully my customers haven't seen them. And you're right, Mystery Programmer.... it wasn't needed!

Here is what I saw on my screen:

In the meantime, feel free to continue to browse your local agency's Web site by clicking this link: http://www.(url removed).org //gather all the anchor tags var linkArray = document.getElementsByTagName('a'); //pretty sure this isn't needed //document.body.onunload=checkPopSurvey; for (i=0;i -->
groundhog

Yay, Groundhogs!

Happy early Groundhog Day! Tomorrow is my favoritest holiday of the year. I'm looking forward to it.

You can mock my new icon if you want, but that will only be because you have no idea how hard it was to find a graceful way to combine Duke with a groundhog (or two). Especially since his darn little black arms blend right in with their dark fur.

I almost included explanatory text on it, but then I thought, "I haven't used icons with text thus far. Why start now?"