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comment Audiobooks for programmers?
Pluralsight video courses. Get the expensive subscription and download the courses to your device. Listen to them on the way to work. Not as good as watching, but still good.
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comment Javascript, Text Annotations and Ideas
I'm not sure either. You could put each word into a span tag and each span would have its unique id.
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You could store them in a JSON object. Then you could AJAX post the JSON object to the server if you wanted to persist it. Does that make sense? Where do you want to store them? On the server?