A block buster film may be amazing, it might have a great story, excellent actors, top notch cinematography and effects. By comparison, a home made movie might not be seam so good. But if you are not comparing the two and are focused entirely on one video at a time, a home video such as this one by Ryan Chester will blow you away. It's whats called a frame of reference and when Einstein observed that the effects of time change depending on the frame of reference, I never fully understood the physics of it. Until now. Thanks Chester.
I was just jotting some ideas about flat file CMS's and what would make me start to use one of them. Falt file CMS's are a way of building websites (and managing their content) without having to write all the code. A normal CMS uses a database to organise stor the content, a flat file CMS simply uses stored text files (which makes it easier because the system doesn't need to look it up). This is what I am looking for from a Flat file CMS:
Designing a logo is a great responsibility. It will be the symbol which will be associated with the business for quite a while to come. When you are designing a logo quite often one of the biggest questions is which colour should it be?
Really the number one answer to that is what every looks good to you and seams to portray you in the right light. Whatever appeals to you as the right colour for your logo is probably also the best for the general public. There is no magic colour which gets "more sales".
My Son was so exited to get the Apple TV. "Crossy road multiplayer !!!!". When we got it I asked him if he wanted to do an unboxing, I told him some people will have questiuons about the Apple TV like, weather or not it comes with an HDMI cable (it doesn't) and one way to show people what they get when they purchase it is to make an unboxing video.
So here it is:
Unboxing the Apple TV (with Swordsprite and Teslasparx).
At some point there may have been an argument against electric cars that was valid, but not any more.
Now things are different. Combustion engine cars are nothing but fossels from a bygone era.
Now there is only one type of motor to put in a car and that's an electric one.
An electric motor not only provides a clear view of humanities endgame for transportation without pollution, it also offers the one thing that will convert die hard car enthusiast once reluctant to embrace the technology; Power. Real, go faster power.
We may not have all the infrastructure in place to provide all the electricity we need greenly in every part of the world, but that's solvable and there are many parts of the world where renewable electricity is generated.
If you don't believe the writing is on the wall for combustion engines, just take a look at this youtube video where some lucky Australians get to race a Tesla Model S P90D against a very capable V8 (If you have never been to Austalia, let me tell you, they love V8's, they even have their own racing events specifically for fully tuned V8's):
Please note: this looks like an older video, the Tesla Model S P90D is now available with the option for even more power and instead of "insane mode" it now can be configured (if you pay extra) with "Ludicrous mode" which brings the 0-100kmh figure to just 2.8 seconds.
Watch as a Tesla eats up a V8 and then is surprised as another, more powerful challenge arrives…
My latest website build: Coffee Grinders Company MODO
We just rolled out our latest website build. I work for a group of coffee companies ins Spain related to the coffee trade. In the group there is a company which makes coffee capsules, another which does coffee beans for the hospitality trade and there are some which make those same products but just in a different price range.
How to center something width-wise using CSS. In particular this is useful for buttons. Even more particularly I made this to help people to center buttons if the are using Joomshaper SP Pagebuilder. I used this to center the buttons for SP Pagebuilder, but this could also be used for anyone who want to center something horizontally with CSS.
Ok. So I found this photo of an iPad. When I first saw it I just couldn't get my brain to see the edge correctly. I saw an edge that dented in and then out. Hard to explain. Like instead of being round-convex, it was round-concave. Take a look. Do you see an iPad Optical illusion? Do you see the iPad with a convex (rounded out) edge or an iPad with a concave (rounded in) edge?