JavaScript and the Sunday

I came across this blog entry in Spanish, El año de Malcolm Gladwell.

The meaning is fairly clear: some things, like DOM scripting, are reaching a tipping point this year (just as Simon predicted):

"Javascript y el DOM - que no hemos de confundir más con DHTML(sic) - está por alcanzar su punto crítico."

Still, I thought I’d run it through Google’s translation service.

"Javascript and the Sunday - that we do not have to confuse the more with DHTML(sic) - is about to to reach its tactically important point."

I see what’s happened here… Google has interpreted the word DOM as a short form of Domingo, meaning Sunday. Still, doesn’t that sound so much better?

JavaScript and the Sunday.

I like it. I think I’m going to use that from now on.

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Previously on this day

15 years ago I wrote Pewx

Jamie pointed out something funny to me the other day.

16 years ago I wrote Safari 1.0

It’s funny, but with all the big announcements from Apple about super-fast computers and nifty video-conferencing cameras, the thing that I’m most excited about is the release of Safari version 1.0.

17 years ago I wrote What a long strange trip it's been

The reason why I haven’t been updating here lately is that I’ve been on the road, wandering, en routard, cruising the highways and exploring the state of Arizona.