Oh Henry!

smack talk

I’ve figured out the multiple form entyr problem already. Took me about a day of surfing the forums and other sites. Here’s the real answer. This solution allows multiple form entry WITH ActiveRecord validation in Ruby on Rails. In the controller, you must instantiate the # of objects for the form, to get validation for [...]

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Flock

There’s a new web browser called “Flock” with some nice features that I personally enjoy. Disclaimer: I’m using the 0.5.13.2 developer release. There are a few questions when even remotely considering a new web browser: Why would I use another browser? Why develop to work on another web browser? The integration of the afore mentioned [...]

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Ruby on Rails talk: There’s some ways to do it in the view. I’m starting to think the below method is WRONGâĦ. When I’m implementing multiple form items that go into the database. I keep doing it the wrong way? I’m using 2 classes that I have: user (multiple items), message (one item, an encapsulating [...]

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Pachabel’s Canon in D

Ironically, Diana and I are looking for string quartets for our wedding, maybe this?âĦ =) It’s not likely that we’d entertain an electric guitar but it’s pretty funny. Video link to You Tube for Canon in D ( It was suggested by Drew )

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Audible and podcasting

Audible now supports pay per download podcasting. If I wanted the show “Car Talk” which airs on NPR and a few other radio networks, I have to pay $3.95 per episode. Now that’s a description of a crappy business plan. With music, I can listen to a $0.99 cent song w/ DRM for an average [...]

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