As you probably know, I'm a big fan of jQuery because it is more integrated with CSS than scriptaculous. Someone have made a new plotting plugin for jQuery called Flot and this is awesome. The examples are really looking good.
Today I will present 13.51% of all the calendars that Nathaniel Brown will have done in his life : DateTime Toolbocks. But this one has a little twist. Apart being an ugly looking calendar that shows up when you click on an ugly looking icon, it has an intuitive date input selection. It means that it parses natural language and transform it into a datetime value. You want to select a date to be last week? You simply write last week and the date will be last week.
But there's a lot more of possible (taken from the site)
Gary Haran wrote stuff you should know about bookmarklet and answer the question that's on everybody's lips : what is the maximum number of characters that a bookmarklet can have? And the answer is… 508!
I also wrote a complete article on how to write a bookmarklet.
Don't forget to del.icio.us it and use it as a reference!
Some may have noticed that I redesigned the site. The old design was long overdue and it was a pleasure for my eyes to have a new one.
I would also like to have your feedback on what you think of the new echo chamber and design?