Monthly Archives: April 2012

Douglas Crockford on JavaScript and JSON

One of the things I both love and hate about being a professional software developer is having to continually learn new technologies and languages.  I started writing code in Applesoft BASIC and 6502 assembly, drifted through my Pascal phase and … Continue reading

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Rebates and Refunds Take the Form of Nearly Useless Prepaid Debit Cards (and how Citibank Lost a Customer)

Long ago, I gave up on rebates.  In most cases, most of the rebates I sent in were simply never honored.  Now, when I see a rebate for a product, I don’t buy the product.  Period. As a result, I … Continue reading

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