lucy24 - 10:00 am on Jan 12, 2013 (gmt 0)
This one? ;)
(Takes me about three tries every time because I've got an inexplicable mental block on the difference between a question mark and an ampersand.) Unless you're one of the people who reacts badly to that shade of yellow...
A web site ("book") about "horses, printers, and railroads" will most likely not be thought of as an authority on any of these issues by any potential reader.
Y'know, there's a certain personality type that views statements like that as a challenge...
Cruddy code implies authentic grassroots origins
Heh. To me it says WYSIWYG editor. ::snrk::
btw, I was serious about "tabular data". To me, f'rinstance, it means: There is a direct relationship between the item on the left and the item on the right. To the guy in the next booth it may mean: numerical values and nothing else, ever.