I know and use only a small fraction of the features Sublime Text offers. Guides like this help make me more productive.
I’m really disappointed I was never picked to test drive the now defunct “test” Facebook design. Instead, it’s dead, forever. Facebook picked revenue over proven usability, despite the “test” design doing better. The new design looks like lip stick on a pig. It’s taking the design everyone hates and sprucing it up just enough so…
I was hit with a wave of nostalgia reading this. Few things I would add: Auto-playing MIDIs Showing off your WAV collection Hit counters Obligatory dancing baby movie Free hosting – Geocities, Angelfire, Tripod, Homestead Table ALL THE THINGS CGI and perl scripts
Just a tidbit for those developers, like myself, who haven’t made the jump to Vagrant (yet) and are still rockin’ MAMP. I very rarely do development locally (typically I dev sites on my super sweet Synthesis VPS) so MAMP PRO still fits the bill nicely for me. Anyways, if you do fine yourself using MAMP and…
I’m looking to really ramp up and post more tutorials/how-to’s on my blog this year. If you have any suggestions for WordPress or Genesis write ups let me know. Either drop me a comment or fill out my contact form.
I’ve been working on a handful membership sites recently. One of the feature requests I get repeatedly is for members to easily manage their avatar/profile photo – a totally reasonable request. None of the existing solutions did everything I needed, so I wrote my own. It’s available on WordPress.org.
One of the things I meant to do in 2013 was blog more. Well, 2013 has come and gone and I didn’t blog – at all.
So here it is, 2014, and it’s time to try again.