I recently read a letter in a magazine to which I subscribe ("net" Issue 252 p8, titled "The Net Awards and Equality"): >... Giving [under represented groups] an opportunity and exposure is important. I have two toddler daughters, and my wife and I try not to push gender-specific toys on them. They both use smartphones... Anybody have views on this? Are gender-specific toys for toddlers evil? Should toddlers be given smartphones?

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I wrote this script for my validation page.I used javascript and jquery mixed it all up. For some reason when I submit the gender validation doesnt work right, it keeps asking to validate but every other condition works. What I've pasted below is just the gender condition and the "if everything goes right to submit the page" condition, this is all included in a function ( function validate ) if($('.sex').not(':checked')) //check if gender is checked**************************************************************** { $('.gender_txt').css("background-color","yellow") $("#gender_error").html("Please select your gender").css("background-color","red").css( "text-align","center").fadeIn("slow"); $("#error_notice").html("Please fill in the red fields you missed above ").css("background-color","red").css( "text-align","center" ) .fadeIn("slow"); $('.sex').click(function() { $('.gender_txt').css("background-color","#B9BFAB"); }); } …

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With the exception of Digg, all the major social networking sites had more women than men. I wonder why? Why do you think so? Personally, I know I have been on social networking sites since 1992 via Usenet and IRC. Yes, you might not have heard of these two, but this is way before Google came to the picture, kiddos. [url]http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2009/who-rules-the-social-web/[/url]

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The End.