Anyone who tends to open a large number of browser tabs surely understands the pain expressed here.
You should never
hire trust a programmer who doesn't admit to being profoundly lazy. Given this proclivity towards sloth, programmers love to utilize code snippets and other forms of shorthand to reduce the number of keystrokes to complete an operation. Any editor targeted towards developers will contain such tools. This is all good and swell, but if you use more than one editor, you can often end up confusing your commands. Emmet is a plugin that is available for quite a few editors and, therefore, allows you to use the same syntax across your various editors.
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Lately I've been exploring a few Linux distros for kiosks. We have a couple staff members interested in doing more work with Linux and giving a go of switching over some of our kiosks to linux seems like a good place to start.
Two specific distros that appear to be promising are:
After taking nearly a decade off from creating blog content, I'm been a little disengaged from the blogosphere. It seems as if bloging is passe or uninteresting and boring. Perhaps more fleeting and perfunctory content or multimedia has over shadowed blogs and blogging. Is it possible to create a successful blog in 2018?
Has twitter and video killed the blog star?
If it has, is this due to people losing the desire to read longer content? Or is it more so due to people being busy and a lack of time? Do they feel that reading is not important? Do they feel like they don't get much out of reading or retain what they have read?
Between my finger and my thumb
The touchscreen rests.
I’ll dig with it.
Is this blog 4.0 or 5.0 for me?
Let the water hold me down