Yet another good example of how to use libraries bundled with Jetpack on your site!
My colleague Konstantin Kovshenin recently released the Semicolon theme. It uses the libraries used in Jetpack’s Custom CSS module to compile its stylesheet (yay Sass!), and to correct the contrast of the colors you’ve picked in the theme options. So if you pick bad contrasting colors, Semicolon will lighten or darken them until a contrast ratio threshold is reached. This guarantees a certain level of readability.
Interstellar is scheduled to be released on November 7 of this year, and looks very promising. Directed by Christopher Nolan (Inception, the last Batman trilogy), starring Michael Caine, and Matthew McConaughey as an engineer sent to space to find us a new home: need I say more?
I really like Matthew McConaughey: I discovered him in The Lincoln Lawyer, and I saw him again in True Detective earlier this year. His accent and his rough looks make him a good fit for such roles, and if the movie is as good as the trailer, he’ll be great in Interstellar too!
If you need to see more, here is the first teaser trailer that was released a couple of months ago.
I started playing Ingress a few months ago, and from the start I heard rumours about Ingress coming to iOS “soon”. When Niantic Labs (the startup behind Ingress) announced that they had submitted the app to the App Store, no one held their breath.
It was confirmed a few days later: Ingress became available on iOS on July 14, and Niantic made a big change in the gameplay to level the playing field and make it easier for new iOS players to join a game already populated with high level players.
Boulet is probably my favourite cartoonist today. He’s talented, and he’s great at drawing our daily routines. Watching him draw is amazing, and if you’re not much into watching people draw you can watch the results on his blog.
Today I’m listening to the music he used for one of his drawings, FormicaPunk.
Back in October of last year, Ghost was released to the public. I read a lot about this “WordPress killer”, and decided to give it a try. It is Just a Blogging Platform, so that’s exactly what I need for this site. After 7 months, I’m back on WordPress and I’d like the share my experiences with you.
In an ideal world, everyone asking for help would behave like Mika. As she demonstrated in her post, it makes everyone’s life easier, and often means you get a better service.
However, we do not live in an ideal world. If you work in support, you will help people who are not grateful. When that happens, go back and read these 2 posts. And remember: you’re not good at your job because you can help friendly people; you’re good because you can help passionate users, users who are sometimes too passionate about your product to be reasonable.
But if they’re asking for help, it means that they haven’t given up on you just yet! You have the chance to help and to make them happy again!