I’m so tempted to move away from WordPress to Ghost or Nanoc. Both are enticing, but then I remember that many things come for free with WP…
Sadly, the iPod Nano and Shuffle were both removed from Apple.com. The iPod brand still lives on, in the form of the iPod touch in 32 GB and 128 GB flavours. I kept hoping Apple would release an iPod Nano with Apple Music support in some form, even if it didn’t have a modem — it appears that those dreams won’t come true.
This update is once again important for security reasons — please update as soon as possible.
Hey Siri, I see a little silhouetto of a man.
I first sat in stunned silence and listened, then laughed out loud. Make sure you get to the end!
1Password is what it is today because we all love working here and have fun helping our customers. We are completely self-funded, independent, have turned down all offers from venture capitalists, and our board of directors consists entirely of people who work on 1Password and help customers directly each and every day.
I love indies who make it work, without outside help. That is what we’re doing with our publishing business, and it’s not easy.
I feel so guilty for wasting Don Melton’s time today. It all started with his post regarding the switch to Nanoc from WordPress. I admit I have been thinking about switching to a static site generator for years now, but I never could justify spending the time to do so. Anyway, I was teasing Don about his CSS in IE problems…
Mobile Safari seems to have an issue with my CSS. Quite frankly, it’s probably an issue with my CSS, not Safari, but I’m too stupid to find the solution.
Hello Don. It’s simply amazing to be halfway around the world and have a conversation with the guy who
created Safari transcodes stuff.
I just added this paragraph, with a grey background, and a link, just to make it easier to test.
The paragraph above should have the same font size as the others. It doesn’t on iPhone’s Mobile Safari. Fine on iPad and in desktop Safari, in the responsive design tool.
I haven’t had enough time to think about all the WWDC 2017 announcements yet — there were so many — so I’ll most likely voice my thoughts and perhaps even come to some conclusions on a future podcast episode, but in the meantime, I wanted to share some of my thoughts and worries.
Apple announced its 2017 Design Award winners a few days ago and I was quite surprised — I try to keep up with the best apps and games, but I was completely unaware about some of them. Oh well — time to go spend some money.
★ Blackbox – iPhone – $0.00 →
★ Splitter Critters – iOS – $2.99 →
★ Mushroom 11 – iOS – $4.99 →
★ Old Man’s Journey – iOS – $4.99 →
★ Severed – iOS – $2.99 →
★ Lake – iOS – $0.00 →
★ Bear – iOS – $0.00 →
★ Bear – Mac – $0.00 →
★ Kitchen Stories – iOS – $0.00 →
★ Things 3 – iPhone – $9.99 →
★ Things 3 – iPad – $19.99 →
★ Things 3 – Mac – $49.99 →
★ Elk – iOS – $0.00 →
★ Enlight – iOS – $3.99 →
★ AirMail 3 – iOS – $4.99 →
★ AirMail 3 – Mac – $9.99 →