Europa or frying pan? One of these is Jupiter’s moon Europa, the rest are frying pans. pic.twitter.com/XqQn7uUwjW
— NASA Europa Mission (@NASAEuropa) August 21, 2015
HTTP Status Dogs – Hypertext Transfer Protocol response status codes. And dogs. If you are even a tiny bit familiar with HTTP or dogs, this will put a smile on your face. I’m thinking to use these as default error pages from now on.
Found this video in Jason Kottke’s blog:
Good advice all around. The best one is from the 93 year old:
Don’t listen to other people’s advice. Nobody knows what the hell they are doing.
Which I’ve heard before in Joe Rogan’s stand up comedy:
You know as much about what life is all about as anybody who’s ever lived ever.
From Geek and Poke.
Elevator.js fixes those awkward “scroll to top” moments the old fashioned way.
It’s after bits like this one, I think I should spend more time reading documentation:
Create a new transaction.
This routine should _never_ be called by anything other than RT::Ticket. It should not be called from client code. Ever. Not ever. If you do this, we will hunt you down and break your kneecaps. Then the unpleasant stuff will start.
TODO: Document what gets passed to this