Archive for May 2009

2009
29
May

Image Load Event Binding With IE Using jQuery

I ran into a strange issue today. I wrote a plugin for jQuery that used the load events from jQuery attached to an image. This plugin worked perfectly in Firefox, Safari, and Opera on PC, Mac, and Ubuntu. The only browser that it had problems with was IE. I know. Completely unheard of right? I … Continue reading

2009
23
May

Interesting conversation with the ex

I went to the mall this weekend for a couple of reasons. First of all, I am always on the lookout for dress shirts. I don’t wear dress shirts very often but I like the way I look and the way I feel in dress shirts. And then if I find one I like, then … Continue reading

2009
20
May

Internet Explorer 8… Next!

Microsoft has recently released Internet Explorer 8. It’s about time. IE7 came out a little under 3 years ago. They even made “Windows Internet Explorer 8: Get the facts” comparison chart where they say exactly why IE8 is so much better than the other browsers. It goes without saying that Microsoft pretty much got slammed … Continue reading

2009
10
May

Reminiscing On My Professional Work

I was thinking about some of the sites I have worked on. I started trying to remember the very first website I worked on as a professional developer. I couldn’t remember what it was. Keep in mind this was back in 1998 so it has been a while. So I messaged my old boss and … Continue reading

2009
10
May

CrystalTech Support

I decided to shut down my site and start from the ground up. The site was about 4 years old and was in need of a redesign. So I decided to make it a blog. In the blog I cold put all my source code and everything else I wanted to do. My site was … Continue reading

2009
09
May

I Don’t Have PTSD, I Swear

I was at work today and got a phone call from someone wanting to do a phone interview about my combat deployment. It was basically a bunch of questions about the status about my health (mental and physical) since I came back from deployment. I did a similar one after I cam back from the … Continue reading