1. Briefly: detecting changed form inputs with jQuery

    I was working on a project a few months back that required me to detect whether the user had changed the values of HTML form inputs, and prompt them suitably. After a little poking into the defaultValue, defaultSelected and defaultChecked DOM properties, I knocked together a quick jQuery selector.

    It’s since worked its way into a number of other projects—this site included—so I thought I’d post it in case anyone is interested or has suggestions for improvements. Share and enjoy :)

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  2. Let’s talk about shoes

    Yup, that’s right: footwear. More specifically, the variety that shoemaker’s children tend to be without.

  3. Enough pencil sharpening

    Where it all starts—after seven years of saying “if I only had a website”, I decide to actually do something about it.