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Correcting my seplling

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52 Gemfile.lock
@@ -45,50 +45,50 @@ dependencies:
require:
- tilt
specs:
-- crack:
- version: 0.1.7
+- nokogiri:
+ version: 1.3.2
- daemons:
version: 1.1.0
+- rdiscount:
+ version: 1.6.5
+- registry:
+ version: 0.1.3
+- rest-client:
+ version: 1.0.3
+- moneta:
+ version: 0.6.0
- eventmachine:
version: 0.12.10
- exceptional:
version: 2.0.15
-- fastercsv:
- version: 1.5.3
-- haml:
- version: 3.0.4
- json:
version: 1.4.3
+- simple-rss:
+ version: "1.2"
+- thin:
+ version: 1.2.7
+- rack:
+ version: 1.2.1
+- crack:
+ version: 0.1.7
- mutter:
version: 0.5.3
+- haml:
+ version: 3.0.4
+- sinatra:
+ version: "1.0"
- polyglot:
version: 0.3.1
- treetop:
version: 1.4.8
- less:
version: 1.2.21
-- moneta:
- version: 0.6.0
-- nokogiri:
- version: 1.3.2
-- rack:
- version: 1.2.1
-- rdiscount:
- version: 1.6.5
-- registry:
- version: 0.1.3
-- rest-client:
- version: 1.0.3
-- simple-rss:
- version: "1.2"
-- sinatra:
- version: "1.0"
-- smoke:
- version: 0.5.20
-- thin:
- version: 1.2.7
- tilt:
version: "0.8"
+- fastercsv:
+ version: 1.5.3
+- smoke:
+ version: 0.5.20
hash: 09d1fac80151d12c7421f33c01dd516d493346a4
sources:
- Rubygems:
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4 articles/getting-shit-done-with-software.haml
@@ -10,9 +10,9 @@
:smartypants
Like a few people I'm sure, I've chopped and changed my todo software as I've realised something wasn't working for me. I've used both web and mac applications, it just didn't work out.
- More recently, I realised that I was a total tightass when I decided I didn't want to pay $50USD for [Cultured Code's](http://culturedcode.com/) ['Things'](http://culturedcode.com/things) app. I'd nabbed a copy for my iPhone, now I need to grab a desktop client licence. Lame.
+ More recently, I realised that I was a total tight ass when I decided I didn't want to pay $50USD for [Cultured Code's](http://culturedcode.com/) ['Things'](http://culturedcode.com/things) app. I'd nabbed a copy for my iPhone, now I need to grab a desktop client licence. Lame.
- Actually it was more that Things didn't map to my mind very well. I'd also checked [Omni's](http://www.omnigroup.com/) ['Focus'](http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnifocus/), but $24.00 for an iPhone app (~$80 for the desktop client) that I might only use once or twice. (Where is app trialing, apple?).
+ Actually it was more that Things didn't map to my mind very well. I'd also checked [Omni's](http://www.omnigroup.com/) ['Focus'](http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnifocus/), but $24.00 for an iPhone app (~$80 for the desktop client) that I might only use once or twice. (Where is app trailing, apple?).
Anyway, the point of this article was that I realised that I once successfully used [OmniOutliner](http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnioutliner/), while working at an agency. Better yet, I already owned a licence.
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6 articles/handling-website-design-with-grids.haml
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
.col { float: left; margin-right: 20px; }
- This sets an element to sit alongside any neighbouring floated element, in order of HTML appearence.
+ This sets an element to sit alongside any neighbouring floated element, in order of HTML appearance.
The element that sits in your last horizontal column probably doesn't need a right margin, for that I used `.col:last-child { margin-right: 0; }`
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
<article class="col eight">
- This technique works pretty well, infact I really like that you can jump into an element inspector (Webkit or Firebug) and change a column width to see how your content might better flow if it were arranged differently.
+ This technique works pretty well, in fact I really like that you can jump into an element inspector (Webkit or Firebug) and change a column width to see how your content might better flow if it were arranged differently.
![Screen shot of webkit's element inspector](http://img.skitch.com/20100317-pdeqdwuq16w1ce34tsh5ghkgd.jpg "Element inspector")
@@ -78,4 +78,4 @@
.column.one.note
:smartypants
- † Desiging in the browser, made famous by [Andy Clarke](http://www.stuffandnonsense.co.uk/).
+ † Designing in the browser, made famous by [Andy Clarke](http://www.stuffandnonsense.co.uk/).
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2  articles/moving-towards-readable-w3c-specs.haml
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@
The script is really simple; it just adds the styles and script tags
into spec pages. The external script and style files are currently hosted
- straight out of the Github respository.
+ straight out of the Github repository.
## Going forward
<p class="anthony">We have spent a bit of time writing override rules to clean up the w3c's table and list styles and to reduce some of the more unwieldy page sections. Due to the complexity and variety of spec pages, it's an ongoing project. The styles will continue to be updated as we come across more awkward type treatments throughout the specs.</p>
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2  articles/ruby-autoload.haml
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
:smartypants
Recently, I wrote [transcoder](http://github.com/benschwarz/transcoder) as a means of parsing common web formats (`json`, `xml`, `rss/atom` anyone?) without being too concerned about what a web service or API was returning to you.
- I pushed out 0.1.0 hastly and went for [sake](http://twitpic.com/16xkt6), glorious, comfortable sake. I knew however, that something wasn't quite right.
+ I pushed out 0.1.0 hastily and went for [sake](http://twitpic.com/16xkt6), glorious, comfortable sake. I knew however, that something wasn't quite right.
When transcoder was required' it would bring in all of its dependencies, so if you were only hoping to parse a `yaml` file, you got everything: json, xml and rss. Not good, too much.
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2  articles/stop-writing-down-your-plans.haml
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
Write down the user story or scenario, not the implemented result that you've pre-conceptualised. That is, write about the problem that you're aiming to address.
- If it still applies in 6 months, go for it, plan it then with the new contraints of your application, not those that existed when you thought of the idea. An application is an ecosystem, not a series of features.
+ If it still applies in 6 months, go for it, plan it then with the new constraints of your application, not those that existed when you thought of the idea. An application is an ecosystem, not a series of features.
We all have great ideas, but to be fair to our craft, sometimes we have to forget them.
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