My resume is available at http://martintithonium.com/, and I've [sigh] recreated my linkedin account.
Kind of at a loss as to what to do. I can't really work on the physical hardware where it's at, I'm not physically capable of moving it right now and have nowhere to move it to at the moment. The only things it's the sole repository of are my media library and my personal blogs. I can live without the media indefinitely, but I feel bad about the blog being down.
I _hate_ live-coding interviews, however nice the tools.
"Write this function."
"Ok, now can we make it NOT O(n^2)?"
"Yes, we can. But my normal process would be to walk away for a few minutes, and let my subconscious figure out the painfully obvious solution, but I can't do while you're waiting on the phone."
Say I've got an SVG with embedded css to animate some of the bit. Is there a reasonable cross-browser way, when it's included on a page (NOT inline), FROM the including page, to toggle the animation on and off (eg, add/remove a class from the <g> or call an embedded js function or something)? Googling has turned up several answers that don't actually work, and nothing that does.
Oh, don't think I reported it here: while Cigna denied the MRI, I at least have an appointment this friday with the physical medicine department. We'll see what they suggest. I'd really love to find an actual, y'know, _solution_, so we can stop just covering up the symptoms with drugs. I've actually been worried I'm making things worse by walking around and such, and just can't feel it.
I'm starting to worry that this back thing might be what pushes oxycodone into the no-op category for me. It's been losing effectiveness for two decades, and while it's still working, it doesn't seem to be working as well as I'd expect. I actually considered taking a second dose mid-day yesterday.
Damnit, I really don't want to graduate to something stronger. ::/
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