Reading List

    I've been trying much harder to read more web and design books lately. I think the problem with reading most text book tomes is the fact they feel like a bit of a slog to get through compared to snacking on blog posts. In the past I have relegated the task to some ideal moment when I suddenly have lots of time. This, of course, never happens or very very rarely at best.

    So lately, I've taken a new approach. Put simply it seems to work much better for me if I try really hard to read a single chapter a day. In fact I've taken to doing this with novels as well as web/design books.


    30 day vegan

    Somehow, I decided it was a good idea to try becoming a vegan for a month.

    It's not much fun, and it definitely isn't that easy.


    Getting back into GIT

    I've been trying to use GIT for years now, but have buried my head in the sand as it has always seemed a bit tricky. I've also tried a lot of different GIT clients and a few different ways to get myself into it but all have fallen flat.

    Bit Bucket

    As I rarely work on shared code, GIT is easy to ignore altogether. But as a basic work-flow procedure, providing backups and a way to get back to previous versions it started to be silly to not use it.


    Big Hero 6

    Beautiful - San Fransokyo

    Nice Story

    Inflatable DMax


    Sass Functions!

    Today was my first attempt venture into Sass functions. So damned useful! I can't remember where I got it from, but it's so very useful and...