Does getting ready to get things done get in the way of getting stuff done? Although this video emphasizes procrastination I would say that the person represented in the video was getting things done, but not the things that were supposed to get done.
Next time you start a new task ask yourself, Is this really going to help me accomplish my original goal?
One of the features that I would like to have as a default for TextMate is the ability to navigate through functions with the keyboard rather than having move back and forth between the keyboard and mouse or scroll line by line with the down/up keys.
Since the feature is not available (or at least not that I know of) I created 2 simple macros that would allow you to jump to the Next or Previous function. Those macros are tied up to the keys as follows:
It is almost a standard to allow banners to play for only 15 seconds after they have been loaded into the browser. If you are creating your animations on the timeline you can very well know how long the banner is by looking at the frames you are using for a specific banner. But if you are creating a banner through code there are 2 ways to ensure that your banners last 15 seconds from creation.
The long way to ensure that your banners last 15 seconds is by using the Date object, and the short and easy way is to use the getTimer global function.