Category: Resources

My Antilibrary

“In fact, a good library is filled with mostly unread books. That’s the point.”  This post made me feel a bit better about my unread books. I’ve got a lot, or so I thought. Umberto Eco has thousands of books which one could assume he all had read but in reality he had not.  Compared Read More

The New WordPress 3.8 “Parker”

It’s here! WordPress 3.8 – “Parker” is available for download, and of course I grabbed it right away to check it out. Here are some screens of a fresh install highlighting a clean, modern design – Time to update and change theme for 2014! Read More

She ain’t too happy about Google+

Back then, they say that you only use Google+ because you are an employee of Google. I’m not but I still use Google+ admittedly though, just sometimes. I visit it to check on a very specific group of friends who are, well, either Google employees, affiliated to Google developer and business community, and then there Read More

Create a CSS Robot with Dash

There are a lot of cool sites to learn web development and programming these days. The newest kid on the block that I have tried is Dash. What’s nice about it is that you’ll learn step by step through actual projects. You can also monitor and unlock skills by completing checkpoints in lessons. Check out Read More

10,000 hours down to 20

I have read Malcolm Gladwell’s book “Outliers”, and one important thing that stuck to me, and I bet to a lot of people who have read it, was that it takes 10,000 hours to be an expert in something. But according to Josh Kaufman, author of ‘The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business’, says Read More

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