I’ve become worryingly inured that the Mail, Sun etc are full of scantily clad young women, but why the Telegraph thinks this is news is beyond me. I’d say “the sooner the hypocritical newspapers die the better” but given, for example, the Mail’s online success, that won’t stop this.
For moving Twitter Bootstrap sites to the new version. There doesn’t seem to be anything like this in the official 3.0 docs. Yet, at least.
@dracos good luck!
@stml Marie Lloyd, Chart Street? (Only been once on a Friday, was fairly quiet.)
@rooreynolds “Someone read a tweet by a person who favorited a tweet by someone who used to follow someone in a list you deleted in 2009!”
@holgate Oops, thanks. Well spotted.
I can’t even imagine what expression people have on their faces when they write this stuff: ourincrediblejourney.tumblr.com/post/571787575…
@aden_76 Yes, you’ve got to credit Yahoo for consistency. I guess.
@alexforey But plenty of people don’t even know there are different kinds of webserver, never mind what they’re using. This is for them :)
@hondanhon Did she delete all your memories of your time together?
@dracos Thanks for the meta tag fix. Not sure how I managed that! Any other improvements welcome :)
@whoisdanw Your hypothetical mailing list has been going into my hypothetical spam folder all this time! I’ve hypothetically missed so much!
@whoisdanw I remember Potluck! That was a fun day.
Apparently young people find learning Git and Ruby and Heroku easier than FTPing some PHP files. So this one’s for the oldsters.
(Assuming you have a webserver you can upload PHP files to.) (And you have some amazing, but little, compelling content.)
If you want to make a simple miniseries publication for Little Printer, you can now do it with no coding: github.com/bergcloud/lp-p…
@tomstuart I for one am looking forward to 2015 when I have my next opportunity to cast a vote in my safe Tory seat! That’ll show ‘em!
@dotcode What’s SDLC?
@tomstuart [I want to reply because I want there to be an answer, but I also have no idea.]
Phew, I’m glad it’s grey and rainy. The sunshine really didn’t feel right for a dystopia.