Tagged: jQuery

Internet Wrongs, Scalability sins + other dev links

– Stop Doing Internet Wrong <Scott Hanselman> – Agreed; I don’t want to install your app, please give me the web version 🙂
5 More Things Deadly to Scalability <Sean Hull>
Microsoft Office arrives for iOS – looks to be only the US store at this stage
jQuery.each vs for loop – Don’t you just love micro-optimization comparisons
3 Tips for New Scrum Masters <Mike Cohn>

$8 Million for processing CTRL-C!?

Who would of thought you could earn millions from collecting data from users’  usage of CTRL-C.

Tynt Gets $8 Million For Ctrl-C Action

They use jQuery to send the ctrl-c and mouse click user actions, sending it back to their servers for analytics. Of course if you have no-script add-on in firefox it’ll block it by default. Wego.com and TYNT.com seem to be the sites required to send the info back (on news.com.au)