Very practical guide to getting the best out of social media rather than wasting time on it. And it’s the kind of thing where you can see examples of people who are using these principles and it’s working for them both at home and abroad.
Oh Hollywood and sequels! Part 1 was way better! This movie was enjoyable but it didn’t feel like a Sherlock Holmes movie should. Too much brawn over brain, a little too much humor and that mental(or was it psychic?) pre-emptive strike thing was over exaggerated in the last fight with Moriarty. It was more of an action movie than a mystery solver, and that I didn’t like.
I give it
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Totally good read. It could as well have been an autobiography, but then again after reading it, Steve Jobs writing his own autobiography is probably a bad idea. Makes you really get to know the man behind Apple’s great products and the company’s culture as a whole. Oh! And Pixar too! (can’t forget Pixar) And now I finally understand why the iPad has no stylus…
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Nonsense! Or will it? Really?
One of the biggest complaints users and developers (especially developers) have concerning Android is fragmentation; specs, button placement, screen sizes, etc.
Screen sizes: Samsung has phones from 2.8” all the way up to a 10.1” tablet, in 0.2” increments; it’s ridiculous.
Android app developers have to cater to all these screen sizes (and more) & resolutions, they have to draw visual elements in vector, or include multiple sizes or just leave the app to stretch, contract or crop to whatever screen size the app finds itself on. This leads to the apps being resource heavy or ugly or both, varying experiences across a myriad of phones etc.
This year I want to:
- Draw & paint more (‘cos I can’t have enough of that);
- Improve my HTML5 & CSS3;
- Buy a smartphone [finally];
- Learn to code in Ruby-on-Rails, just enough to be able to rapidly prototype and put out any webapp ideas I may have;
- Read more books (I have a couple lined up already);
- Fool around with 3D & VFX;
- Game, I haven’t in a long time and now that I have a capable laptop, I might as well indulge myself;
- “Meet someone” (this one ain’t even funny anymore)
So help me God
Happy new year.
Wishing y’all God’s blessings and progress in life all through the year.
I’m looking for a font with the following features:
a small letter “l” that curves at the bottom;
all dots are circles “i” “.” “,” “:” “!” “?” “;” not squares;
The number zero “0” and the capital letter “O” are clearly different
and can be embedded in a webpage