• A preview of a future release of ColdFusion. Goodbye JRun, some nice shortcuts, some teasers.
  • "The HTML5 history API is a standardized way to manipulate the browser history via script." The key to fixing our collective Ajax back button woes in modern browsers.
  • "A Collection of iPhone Home Screens." I found this a while back but couldn't remember the name or how to get back to it because the keywords are saturated. My Google-fu was hot today, and I'm bookmarking for future reference.
  • This Java class is full of helpful functions for escaping and unescaping strings, and it can be used within ColdFusion (if you're into that).
  • "Cultivating a Late 19th-Century Style at Home." This seems to be an IRL manifestation of that thing.
  • Aha! This answers a question I didn't even know I had, but I've been unconsciously wondering. I thought this "look" came from the image-collecting Tumblr crowd. But apparently it's a thing IRL.
  • Some good ways to improve ColdFusion application performance. Doing a lot of these already, but picked up a few new coding practices I should follow.
  • Umberto Eco on the features of Eternal Fascism. "In spite of some fuzziness regarding the difference between various historical forms of fascism, I think it is possible to outline a list of features that are typical of what I would like to call Ur-Fascism, or Eternal Fascism." [via MeFi]

ColdFusion Documentation Search

Every time I set up a new instance of Firefox I have to recreate my custom Search Plugin for ColdFusion 8 Documentation. So I'm going to stash it here for posterity: ColdFusion 8 Documentation Search Plugin. (It's just a site-specific Google Search with some extra search operators and a CF icon.)

Hello future self! Ruin another hard drive?
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