If you're a big music lover and you haven't jumped on the Spotify bandwagon yet, I think you're missing out. So far it's been free (with occasional ads) to listen to whatever music you like, and even when they start limiting the number of free listens you get (which is coming), it's still a good deal. For $10/month, I can stream music from pretty much any band I want, and save certain playlists to list to "offline", without an Internet connection. So what's the big drawback?
Dan's Web World - Blog
Sharing what I know on web design, search engines, technology, hosting, and more.
Drupal 7 came out of Beta in 2011, and I'm using it on all my new sites now. While there's been a learning curve for me, adjusting to new methods of working with Drupal, renamed administrative tools, and different approaches to building and theming sites, my clients haven't missed a beat. I'd even say their user experience is better than before. After all, improving user experience was a big part of the new version of Drupal.
It started with 800x600
When I started building websites, there was a maximum width I had to work with - 800x600. That was the default resolution of many 15" monitors in use at the time (late 90s). You couldn't build a website wider than that, or it would force the user to scroll HORIZONTALLY, the most dreaded of all fates!
I've long known the day was here, but I kept it alive, just because it's been here so long. It was dying, on artificial life support, and stopped talking months ago. The time has come to finally pull the plug. I'm talking about my fax machine.
I just recently activated a Google Voice number, and wondered how I can start using it as part of my work. It's free (for now), it's easy to setup, it's super cool how they allow you to browse and choose from dozens of phone numbers in your area code - but it's tied to the computer. Or so I thought.