Monthly Archives: January 2011

Cutting The Interrogation Short

I’ve been having a several-day mail, IRC, and twitter discussion with various folks about performance and the feature detection religion technique, particularly on mobile where CPU ain’t free. So what’s the debate? I say you shouldn’t be running tests in UA’s where you can dependably know the answer a-priori. Wait, what? Why does Alex Russell […]

On The Care And Feeding of Spinning Disks

or: Why I spent last summer rebooting Windows or: How to compress several months of research into 50 lines of code and unblock a product launch, for fun and profit. Home parlor entertainment edition. Fun for all ages. Warranty void if seal broken. Offer not available in some states. Now that others have found the […]