Web Design & Development
Recently I discovered the use of “Font Awesome,” a webfont free to use (most usefully in conjunction with Twitter Bootstrap) that gives you the option of several common symbols (including social media site logos).
Check it out at the link below:
This can fix the problem of having to scale individual icon images and various other design/UI issues that arise with typical icons.
Having no school due to wind gave me time to work on a new custom layout! It’s very plain and holds a gray color scheme…BUT it allows me to separate my posts by media type. I have a column designated to Snippets meaning any text posts (normally computer/web-related). Then the second column holds all picture posts so that’s where I will be exclusively putting art. Any images, from now on, that aren’t art that I want to post will show up in the Snippets column, not the Art column. :)
Then, in the 3rd Comedy column I have videos, which will be where I decide to post all comedy videos of my favorite comedians or random other videos that are funny (but not necessarily of stand-up, I guess).
There will be minor layout changes in the future.
Yeah, I’m surprised it took this long for the right-wing to come up with a counter-protest. There’s really no good way to counter the movement without coming off as a privileged ass, if there is I haven’t heard it. It is a simple fact that there are people out there who are out of work through no fault of their own, down on their luck and impoverished due to the unsustainable system we have.
I do work with Java, but haven’t yet done anything with C# or C++.
It’s the first day of Spring.
OPTIMIST: Great. This is my favorite season.
PESSIMIST: Crap. This is allergy season.
CONTORTIONIST: I’ll never forget the time I sneezed into my ass.”
This is a great application, mainly because you create jewelry online, order it, and it gets delivered in the flesh…(or in the metal?). Well, anyway, it’s been featured on a lot of morning talk show type things, but I mainly discovered it because my cousin is the main front end programmer! You can see her mini bio on Sheyna’s team page. Isn’t she gorgeous, and she’s now engaged! :)