My back yard is full of bare spots so I thought it was time to re-seed. Since Walmart is usually cheaper than the competition, I check there first when I need something. I searched for “grass seed” on Walmart.com and got results that couldn’t have been more off.
For some reason, Microsoft decided it would be fun to make it nearly impossible to view the HTML source of an email in Outlook.
Below are the convoluted steps to make it accessible. Most of the steps are for the initial setup which makes a new icon available from the quick access toolbar. After you set that up it’s fairly straightforward.
Google makes this very easy by providing a dead-simple API.
Here’s a quick example of how to load jQuery 1.3.2:
If you don’t want to use Google’s loader, they provide a direct link to the script for each library.
Using this service in parallel with Amazon S3, my Bluehost-hosted site now runs significantly faster at almost no additional cost.
Check out Google’s available AJAX libraries.