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Thanks +Brian Hernandez! Sure had fun making it.
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Fascinating!  #type  revival, jealousy, fear of the future, and scuba diving!
No one seemed to notice him: A dark figure who often came to stand at the edge of London's Hammersmith Bridge on nights in 1916. No one seemed to notice, either, that during his visits he was dropping something into the River Thames. Something heavy.
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Interesting !
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This looks really groundbreaking.
There's an innovative new light technology that's trying to shake up the way people think about "artificial light." In Italian company called CoeLux has de
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Yeah! Actually, they mention the correlation between productivity and light exposure. I would love to get one of these in our house, but I’m sure they’re prohibitively expensive.
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When in doubt, invert yourself.
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Thought of playing in the darkroom this eve when they raffled off a Greg Lehman print at the Banff Film Festival.
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Haha cute
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Some #lettering I did over coffee the other day.
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What a gem!

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I cannot agree more with this speculation on CSS pre- and post-processors.

For some time I’ve feared that I’m overly idealist for insisting on clean, hand-written CSS, or that I’m crazy for holding out until the official spec includes mix-ins, nesting, etc.

This not only validates my concerns, but encourages a course of action I can get behind with all three feet if you will—knowing your craft.
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It’s not at all that I dislike them. The functionality of pre-processors is huge. I just have a hard time with them because of how they aren’t really 100% portable.

Yes, a Dev that doesn’t use SASS can edit the output CSS, but then the next dev loses that work if they jump into the SASS.

If the SASS features were included in the CSS spec, this problem would be solved.
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This.
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Thanks!

I only really knew about the web stuff. You do tutorial videos, specifically?

So this looks super amateur. :)
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16 Keys was a blast! My wife and I paired up with another couple and tried to puzzle our way out of a room. There were cryptic clues, team-building codes to crack, detail-oriented puzzles, and a well-woven story line. We barely made it before the clock ran out. So fun! I highly recommend getting a group together and booking 16 Keys. I’m anxiously anticipating a new room to try out. We’ll be back!
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Friendly, sharp service. Amazing, authentic French-style crepes, galettes, and omelettes. Expert preparation of Kona coffees. A charming space. Popular (with good reason), but not impossible to get in. I would come here every day of it were closer to Washington state!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Ordered the baked eggs dish, no mushrooms. Waitress paused slightly before confirming the no mushrooms part, which made me wonder. Sure enough, the dish came with about 50% of its volume being mushrooms—must’ve been mixed up in advance? Either way, failed to convey that sans mushrooms wasn’t possible. I ordered coffee, too (a shot in the dark), and, admittedly I’m a coffee snob, but this didn’t even taste like coffee. It was nutty, thin, and had nearly no standing crema. Fair—they’re not a coffee shop. I did notice that, having added a shot (which just adds cost on top of what you’d pay for drip coffee), I received my drink in a different style of cup. That meant no refills. No surprise here, and in retrospect I’m not sure I’d want a refill anyway. Still—missing a chance to go above and beyond. The last bit that got me: the dreaded hair. Yep. There was a hair in my baked eggs. Not cool. I’m pretty lenient, and am not easily grossed out, so I still got a meal out of it, but it was certainly far from an enjoyable experience. Sorry guys. No joy here.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
This is hands-down the best Indian dining experience I’ve ever had! A party of eight, we were greeted cheerfully at the door, and were seated promptly. Given a perfectly-timed short pause to check out the menus, we received excellent suggestions on how to order a balanced meal. When it came time to order, our waiter paid excellent attention to the details of our order—including a few unique dietary restrictions that many would fail to accommodate. The chef even came out to present options for those of us with more restrictions. When the food arrived, we were all amazed at the quality ingredients, recipes, and attention to detail. Personally, I can attest to the quality of the Lamb Rogan Josh, which had crisp, lean lamb in a perfectly-spiced traditional sauce. Served with delectable Naan, it was a scrumptious treat. The Keema Naan was also an excellent appetizer. Throughout the meal, our server endeared himself to us all, exhibiting a keen perception of our likes and interests. We had an excellent time, spent with great friends, enjoying wonderful food, in a clean, relaxing, enjoyable environment. We were even gifted a bowl of house-made ice cream to split and try. Cost: on par for the excellent service, food, and experience. Food: phenomenal, astounding, extraordinary! Atmosphere: couldn’t be better. I would (and will!) recommend this restaurant to anyone who eats!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Fantastic, quick service. Ordered a shot in the dark, and was presented with three options for the base coffee (single-origin, varied roasts). The product I received was eye-openingly superior. I’ve had a lot of shot-in-the-darks in my time, and this one is worth remembering. My wife also ordered a London Fog, which she is also very impressed with. We were directed to try samples of a coconut truffle they were demoing, and of course they were magical. Next time I come this way I’ll definitely be stopping in.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
A wonderful espresso, created with care. The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is enjoyable. I would like to try more drinks here to truly test the baristas, but thus far I have every reason to believe they’d do quite well.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
We had an excellent experience for brunch here. With a party of 6 on a Sunday morning there was no wait. The service was pretty good, though not 100% accurate—delightfully minimal, socially. The food was certainly a high point. We each had different dishes, and they were all quite delectable. Definitely give this a try if you’re looking for a delightfully different brunch.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago