Google Webfonts vs Font Squirrel http://the-27th-comrade.appspot.com/blog/ahJzfnRoZS0yN3RoLWNvbXJhZGVyDQsSBUVudHJ5GOHXAgw/ https://www.google.com/fonts http://www.fontsquirrel.com/tools/webfont-generator
Now this doesn’t look overly hard to make, but maybe hard to make and make it look good as this guy has done here. Are there any tools he doesn’t have?
I’m currently analysing some data that includes birth dates. If the persons birthday isn’t known, there is a flag which indicates it’s an estimate, and the day and month are set to one. New Year’s Day. Obviously the dataset indicates there are a lot of people born on the first of the first, and I’m […]
Pretty cool when things move (or fall) whilst rotating!
⛄ 🎄 ❄He's making a databaseHe's sorting it twiceSELECT * from contacts WHEREbehaviour = 'nice'SQL clause is coming to town❄ 🎄 ⛄ — Dave Matthews (@madivad) December 19, 2015
I’m liking the new Twenty Sixteen theme, but for some reason, the new font for the
pre element of Twenty Sixteen just doesn’t line up right. It’s generally hardly noticeable at all, unless you’re me and these things really annoy you. I’ve been working on this for hours and still haven’t resolved it yet. I’ll come back to it, but I would really like to solve this one.
We have them for a reason
I was scanning stack exchange and came to a VERY interesting question about travelling to Mars (as a kid I was HUGELY interested in space—and even at one time dreamed of being an astronaut :/). The question seemed to have merit and upon reading it even I said, “Yeah, why don’t they do THAT?” Even […]