Healthy knowledgeable article to be read by web designers or developers. Get into the shoes of people who are going to hire you. Know what they’re looking out for so you have the upper advantage of being hired or even recomended by people because of this gain.
It’s quite a long article provided by SitePoint but it’s still a good one. You can read it, HERE.
Then head on over to LostiPods.com and check out if anyone did manage to find your iPod. When all is lost, and like many iPod users who love their baby so much, they’d almost do anything to try and get it back. I could understand if it were mine because I just can’t imagine living with a sad memory of losing an RM1k product. T_T
Anyway, makers of this website did come up with something useful to be put on the web with all the hype of the iPod. On the other hand, I feel this kind of website might also die within a year because chances of recovering an iPod will be like, 1:Billion++. This is according to my calculations through human behaviour, you could ask yourself, would you return back a an iPod if you found one?
No point lying because humans are never perfect.