Member since: Sep 5th, 2005
May 19th 2010 1:32PM A bit off topic, but why doesn't DLS make the links easier to figure out? For example, in the sentence, "...it's exactly what I thought when I first came across 42goals," that "42goals" would be a link to 42goals Web site. But it's not. In fact, the only link to 42goals.com is the image and the word "source" at the bottom, neither of which I'd automatically assume to be links to the topic of interest (I would assume that the picture linked to a bigger picture...or more pictures, and the "source" would link to wherever the information or idea originated, which isn't necessarily always the topic of interest).
Mar 31st 2008 8:31PM I've been using Regex Coach (http://www.weitz.de/regex-coach/) for a number of years now and it's fantastic, free program to help develop expressions.
Jun 8th 2006 8:42PM I'd vote for WinV. Also, it was only going to cost me $6 to get the disc. I opted to download because I really just couldn't wait.
May 4th 2006 4:25PM 1. SimpleTech Bonzai flash drive with removable 128 MB SecureDigital card (preloaded with Press Releases)
Sep 5th 2005 8:02PM I made a Salvation Army dog ear that you can use on a site. I put it on the left side of the screen so it doesn't interfere with the Red Cross dog ear and you can even use them both.
Here's the code:
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