The sixteenth idea for my 365 social ideas is an idea for a technical tool to assist everyone in getting the credit they deserve and the loyalty they can expect: a copy-paste injection script. It is the very same idea that tynt.com has “created”, but they keep the technology (how simple it may be) to themselves and have even filed for a patent.
I was playing around with E4X last night working on an upcoming blog post about the capabilities of E4X. While playing, I was thoroughly reading the ECMA-357 standard, and found that there are some special rules about assignment and compound assignment, that produce truely unexpected results.
I will try to summarize common pitfalls and provide valid work-arounds.
Before even testing whether implementations are conformant and/or where their differences lie, I will try simply to list all implementations.