As this awesome TV show comes to an end, it’s cool to remember some of the old patients and thus old episodes House had.
But I suppose these are just the famous patients that were in the show and not the best episodes. As I recall, “All In” was a really good episode, as well as the “Last Resort” episode that’s already mentioned in the previous link. I guess, for me, what counts as a better episode is whether or not the episode has a good story that revolves mainly around a diagnostic with lots of medical terms flying around.
So maybe “intriguing” would be a suitable adjective for these episodes. Sure, fun and games and jokes are also an important part of every House episode – but they don’t make an episode as memorable as all the mind-boggling differential diagnoses scenes that a single episode offers.
Oh well, who am I kidding, House M.D has just too many awesome moments / episodes. yarp. Best anti-hero ever.
Even though there are countless awesome jQuery plugins, not all of them visually enhances the page in a way that is meant for the end-user.
Here are some that I’ve found recently:
- Experimental Flipboard layout: A demo page that uses CSS3 transforms to simulate page flipping. Though it’s not in a jQuery plugin format, it results in a pretty neat effect. The page also has a responsive design which means it will collapse to a list if the screen/window width is less than a threshold (690 pixels)
- Real Shadows: A jQuery plugin that updates box-shadow CSS property when the mouse moves to create a realistic shadow effect.
That’s all folks!