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I am a young web programmer that has advanced experience with HTML and CSS. I am also a moderate programmer with JavaScript. I have taken advanced web design courses, and I have experience using Adobe Dreamweaver and Fireworks as well as various web apps. I have also dabbled in VBScript and Firefox Add-on development.


Aug
18
answered is that + <subject> + <verb> OR is the + <noun>
Aug
17
answered “Becomes” or “Become” in this sentence?
Dec
17
revised Is “Geeky” or “Pop culture” the right word?
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Dec
17
answered Can you ever drop the first ‘as’ in “as . . . as” constructions?
Dec
17
answered Poetic syntax with “as” and “so”
Dec
17
answered Is “Geeky” or “Pop culture” the right word?
May
17
comment What is THE shortest English verb?
Hmm...I think that x is definitely the most plausible--I have heard it used before, such as "x out that sentence" or even in Windows "x out that window". Do you think it needs an object? For example, would it be proper to say "[you] X."?
May
17
awarded  Commentator
May
17
comment What is THE shortest English verb?
Fixed that in the questions
May
17
revised What is THE shortest English verb?
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May
17
comment What is THE shortest English verb?
I said vowels because I have been taught that all words must have a vowel (such as a and I). It appears I am mistaken.
May
17
comment What is THE shortest English verb?
@J.R. I guess I didn't mean that it is the shortest verb, just the shortest action verb. I should have been more clear. I was thinking in the terms of the shortest sentence, which has to have an implied you.
May
17
awarded  Student
May
17
asked What is THE shortest English verb?
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
31
comment What do you call the person who performs an action?
I know what you mean. It's only the first post, so it's OK :)
Dec
31
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
31
awarded  Critic
Dec
31
comment What do you call the person who performs an action?
I think I understand the question better now
Dec
31
revised What do students call their teacher in class?
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