"Strength is the product of struggle,
you must do what others don't to achieve
what others won't." - Henry Rollins
Download the New jquery-table 1.0 Library
I know that this site is mainly dedicated to my music endeavors, but I wanted to share my new library for dynamic HTML table creation and manipulation.
To use it, simply extract the zip archive to your device and open the jquery-table-demo.html file in your favorite browser. The demo references a hosted jquery script, so you'll need Internet access for the demo to work. The demo showcases a few of the library's functions, such as makeTable(), appendRow(), appendColumn(), updateData(), as well as the $TBL() wrapper.
I plan on adding to the library, so don't hesitate to send me an email with issues and suggestions. Finally, If you wind up using the jquery-table library in your pages, please consider donating one dollar for a coffee using the button below. It's the fuel that keeps me coding!
It depicts a young man who is depriving himself of experiencing love because of crippling fear and self-doubt. The video was produced by a dating coach, who helps the protagonist overcome his fears. If that's what it takes, so be it. For most people, I suspect that it's just a matter of being less self-critical.
Reading Burt Reynolds' But Enough about Me: A Memoir is like being at a cocktail party with the guy who tells the best stories. He can point to anyone in the room and tell you all about them. Not a traditional autobiography, the book is comprised of a series of chapters about different people in Reynolds' life, which allows him to tell his own story in an indirect fashion. And what a story it is! From numerous appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, to filming Deliverance, The longest Yard, Smokey and the Bandit, and Boogie Nights, Reynolds gives an honest account of the people who've made an impact on him, both good and bad.
I saw someone wearing a religious-themed shirt the other day, and it made me wonder what else might be out there. Apparently lots!
Only the Old Testament one, mind you.
That's pretty much the deal.
Should be gods (plural), but still a good one.
Clever word play here!
Sorry creationists. It seems that not everyone agrees.
Rob scored a respectable 86.1% on the jakemandell.com test for tonedeafness:
Try it yourself. It only takes a few minutes!