Works with AJAX too.
This is pretty cool. It truly is just something you drop onto the page and configure.
The blog post describes an important change, but he documents it rather poorly. The changes he describes must be made to the “Timeout.js” script.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Saturday, March 07, 2009
History happens in slow motion. This article looks like it's eerily foreshadowing the future. We go about our lives, worried about the situation around us, but the world is the same for the most part. After 9/11, everyone talked about how everything would change, yet the world continued as it did before. Irony did not die. But I think that the changes happening now will dwarf the post-9/11 changes that everyone was predicting at the time.
From The New York Times:
Job Losses Hint at Vast Remaking of Economy
By PETER S. GOODMAN and JACK HEALY
With unemployment at 8.1 percent, some economists believe that a wrenching restructuring is under way....
Posted by jim at 1:12 PM