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Internet Explorer Event Handler Leaks

If you’ve been developing for the open web for long, you’ll know that Internet Explorer is the bane of any web developer’s existence. The number of CSS bugs are enough to give any web developer a headache, but then add

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Adding Axis Titles to DojoX Charts

DojoX charting is a very powerful 2D graphics charting solution that works cross-browser. One thing that is an often requested feature is axis titles. I’ve come up with a solution (inspired by a post on the old Dojo forums) that

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Using Local Modules With a Cross-Domain Dojo Build

Lately, I have been using Dojo from a CDN as much as possible. There are several reasons to use a cross-domain build of Dojo that are listed here: You get more connections in MSIE, since you can load from another

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Monkey patching

Recently, David Walsh tweeted that I had schooled him. I received several questions about what I had schooled him in, so I decided to blog about it. David was trying to change the behavior of a method of a widget

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Back from hiatus

It’s been a long long time since I’ve seriously blogged and I’m going to get back into it again (at the behest of David Walsh). I’ve got a couple of tutorials and/or tips lined up and I intend to keep

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Recipe for Brye

A few people have asked me for this after I made mention of it in my status updates. This is a Forbes-family treat that is great when you’re feeling crummy. We used to have it all the time when I

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A petition to take back our freedoms

I know it’s been a long time since I’ve written a real blog post, but I wanted to make sure everyone knew about this: A petition to bring articles of impeachment against the Bush administration. If you have the time,

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If you support our troops…

I know I’m way overdue for an update, but I had to post this. I’ve also tried to stay out of the political posting this season, but I thought I’d post this. The mainstream media has done an excellent job

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Through field and barbed wire

So last night, Asaph’s Apprentice drove down to Lamoine Christian Service Camp last night to play a show. It wouldn’t have been too much of a hassle, except that we got our directions from MapQuest (no link love for them…

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Don’t Panic!!!

Today is Towel Day. That is all for now.

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