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I tried to love Markdown and Textile, but as a web developer it just doesn't make sense to write articles with it. I'm often confused about the syntax for writing links and images, and if you want to write about HTML you've got to escape your HTML snippets. For this reason I wrote my own text formatter, it's basically HTML with a lighter syntax, and like so called "lightweight" markup languages paragraph tags are implied. http://nbsp.io/development/doccy-a-mid-weight-markup-language That article mentions Symphony, a CMS framework, but it's not tied to that at all, the source code is at: https://github.com/rowan-lewis/doccy It's also written in a more sophisticated way that your usual text formatter; by parsing the input and building the output using an XML DOM, you're guaranteed that the output is sane.
Toggle Commented Oct 26, 2012 on The Future of Markdown at Coding Horror
@Vilanye The rest of your comment it typical of ignorant PHP "devs"(is there any other kind?) Seriously? It doesn't matter what language you programme in, you're still a complete and utter arsehole.
Toggle Commented Jul 10, 2012 on The PHP Singularity at Coding Horror
$200 for a router? Ok, maybe. Unfortunately they're asking nearly $300 for it in Australia... what the shit? Consider that 1AUD = 1USD for more than half a year now.
Well then. They all sounded roughly the same (Baad) except for one which was terrible. I'd be interested to see a comparison like this done with some Black Metal, one live track comes to mind: Satyricon - Mother North (Live from Gjallahorn). It features a brass section, crowd noises (chanting), slow drumming, fast drumming, even faster guitars. Here's a crap version on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gye4XCFAmo
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2012 on The Great MP3 Bitrate Experiment at Coding Horror
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