My favorite 24Ways article so far: Your jQuery: Now With 67% Less Suck

24 ways: Your jQuery: Now With 67% Less Suck.

I've been trying to get better at JavaScript lately, and that will definitely veer me back into jQuery soon enough. I found this article really fascinating because of the practical ways to make your jQuery perform much better. I'm not familiar enough with which methods perform well or not, so this was uber helpful. Check it out!