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    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    Make sure its readable
    distinct background and text color
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    nod This is virtually ready to be turned in, save for notifications.
    Finally.
    and for the record, I didn't make those graphics, so feel free to laugh at them all you like.
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    haha was wondering
    15mb is a bit much for that quality I think
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    dude
    you can't even imagine
    They are like, 10% the original size
    and they were originally done in .gif format
    and the transparency wasn't right
    and the size of the background was enormous
    Bigger than QHD size
    I mean, absurd
    all done by a friend of mine who has been going to school for about a year now for graphic design. 0.0
    I mean, for heaven's sake he asked me if he could give them to me in PDF format at one point.
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    haha
    Wouldnt even know what to do with them that way
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    Yeah. Oh yeah. Exactly.
    I was like "no, I need t ransparent backgrounds on images........."
    Just crazy.
    The rabbit images were all on differently sized canvasses and in different SPOTS on the canvas.
    I mean, hello?
    And then he asked me if I'd pay him for the work.
    What on Earth do you say to THAT??
    I offered him $5
    It was quite an eye opening experience. :)
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    That sure is a thing
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    oi vey
    I mean it was just... it was hilarious really. Just start to finish. So it was just one of the things I had going on with this project which has been particularly rude. :)
    so glad when it's over.
    jongmink
    @jongmink
    Hi Brian. I have a question about merge sort. Many websites demonstrate how to merge two "sorted" arrays into one array, but they don't explain how to sort the two arrays....
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    I might use comic sans for my font on the notifications, because I can think of nothing more appropriate really.
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    When merging
    You break up the arrays until they are a single piece of data
    You sort them when putting them back together
    If you havent seen many algorithms like this before there are simpler less efficient ones I would suggest doing first to get the general idea of it understood
    jongmink
    @jongmink
    Yeah, I should use a different sorting algorithm. The example is helpful though. Thanks!
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    check out http://bigocheatsheet.com/ if you havent already
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    Hey Brian, apparently I missed responded to the class 5 and 6 attendance quizzes. Can you update both of those to show I attended? I did.
    Looks like I missed week 3 feedback too but that's ok. I'll have feedback for the last week when that survey is available.
    ahem Make that the attendance quiz for class 5, 6, and 7. >.<
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    Will do
    Matthew Conquergood
    @kristjin
    tx
    jongmink
    @jongmink
    Hi, Brian. I have a question about "setTimeout." I created a while loop to sort a deck of cards. When I included "setTimeout," it creates infinite loop. Do you have any suggestions? Here is my code below.
    var sort = function() {
    has_moved = true
    while(has_moved) {
    has_moved = false
    for (i = 0; i < $('li').length; i++) {
    var first_item = $('li').eq(i)
    first_item.addClass('highlight');
    $('li').eq(i+1).addClass('highlight');
    if (parseInt(first_item.attr('id')) > parseInt($('li').eq(i+1).attr('id'))) {
    $('li').eq(i+1).after(first_item);
    has_moved = true
    }
    }
    }
    }
    Brian Caldwell
    @Caldwerl
    if you want it to repeat, you should use setInterval
    if you want it to perform a function once after a set amount of time, you should use setTimeout