Not to worry, Marc, I am sure that for many, like me, on CodeProject, you will always be primus inter pares.
“I speak in a poem of the ancient food of heroes: humiliation, unhappiness, discord. Those things are given to us to transform, so that we may make from the miserable circumstances of our lives things that are eternal, or aspire to be so.” Jorge Luis Borges
For reasons I have yet to figure out, articles I have bookmarked in Code Project often do not stay bookmarked. I would say out of 10 every 10 articles I bookmark, only 2-3 are blessed with permanency. Some articles, regardless of how many times I keep bookmarking them again, never make it into the permanent fold. Just wondering if anyone else is having a similar problem?
The latest example of bookmark impermanence is this article 'A Basic Particles System by Sagui' that I have thrice bookmarked in the last two days, yet it still does not show up on my bookmark list, and when I go the article, one sees it has not been bookmarked. Strange.
Thank you for looking into this. I always check my bookmark list first. It is only when I cannot find what I have bookmarked would I bookmark it again on an article's page. BTW, is there some way to search just within one's bookmark list? Thanks again.
Here's how it works: Each Monday we release two article titles and corresponding descriptions of the topics to be covered. You choose of those those two (or both if you're crazy) and have two weeks to write a tutorial that covers the listed topics and is aimed at beginner web devs.
The best tutorial for each title wins a CodeProject Prize back (details on the contest) page and will be included in a final definitive "CodeProject Beginner's Guide to HTML5 and CSS3". At the end of the contest the judges will select one author to take home a Google Nexus 7 for their commitment to the overall contest and beginner's guide.
Would be best if you can clean it up a bit, make sure it meets all the requirements of the contest (see the contest page for details) and ensure it's aimed a beginner audience. But yeah, would be happy to have you submit an updated version to the contest.
My understanding is that the fortune teller was at first reasonably content in prison but then escaped because they were having a tough time in prison, their fellow inmates said that they "always like to strike a happy medium"...
“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.”