Rebecca and I are thrilled to be participating in the 2014 installment of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's annual Lock-Up, which raises money to support MD research and help send kids affected by the disease to summer camp.
There are all kinds of tedious tasks that go into web design. Let the machines deal with as many of them as you possibly can. What the hell did we invent these things for anyway? Get back to work, Wall-E.
If you’re anything like me, over time you’ve tried several different mechanisms to hold copy for you while you type. You’ve probably also felt a little nauseous while dropping 10 bucks on such a contraption. Here’s a simple (albeit slightly ugly) solution that will keep your copy readable and that dough in your pocket.
UPDATE: Bahh. This doesn't work anymore. I generally have the brightness on my displays turned way down, and prefer to use darker "themes" when possible for my apps. It seems to help minimize a major side effect of staring at multiple computer screens all day—namely, a lot of lonely Friday nights. Wait. I meant eyeball...
On April 18th, I'm participating in the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Lock Up. I'll be detained for a little while in an effort to raise "bail money," which helps fund research and send kids with MD to summer camp.