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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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I ran across your profile today...curious as to whether or not u remember me
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The #colemanTeaParty  of 2014.
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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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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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Thanks!

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

So this looks super amateur. :)
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Show your support for a free and open internet by putting small holes in your shirt. You’ll be making a stand against internet slow lanes and look good doing it. Can also puncture: backpacks, hats, fleshy fruit.• Rigid, durable metal for a lifetime of effortlessly smooth poking.• Innovative unidirectional barb.• Includes: accidental stabbing preventative safety cap.• 1" in size.
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Great reminders for using type online.
 
Typography has a huge impact on readability and the overall effectiveness of the websites. Know here how it can be the secret to a killer website.
Websites are made to be scanned. The rate at which we digest information has become so fast that users glaze over if you introduce them to your product or service with more than a quick pitch. Obviously, great copy will motivate them through the sales funnel. But do you know
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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 - a year ago
reviewed a year 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 - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is astounding! On a road trip to Seattle I stopped here with my wife and parents. We were seated in just a few minutes (even on a busy evening), the service was friendly and prompt, and the food was easily the best Thai I’ve ever had—which is no small statement since I’ve tried many places. Our order had several special deviations from the norm, and they nailed everything, taking close notes, reciting modifications back to us when the food was served. I had no doubt that they took great care to make our food carefully and masterfully. All said and done, the cost was less than I might’ve expected—though I’d gladly have paid more for the amazing experience. I highly recommend that you make the time to come here if you plan to be anywhere in the area. You won’t regret it!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Beau’s seems like a decent pizza joint, for a small town. The atmosphere was very clean and friendly, and the people were nice. My wife and I stopped to pick up a cheese pizza on our way through Cle Elum, and we called ahead to have it ready. They were only a minute or two past when they said they’d have it ready, which was fine, but the pizza was nothing special. Instead of paying $18 for a large, I’d suggest getting a few Totino’s pizzas at the supermarket (though you’d need to bake those yourself). It passes for decent Pizza, but I know we’d be trying another place before going back.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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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 - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
One of Walla Walla’s less-discovered joints, A Stone’s Throw is a delightful little cafe. Aaron, the owner, is a whistle-while-you-work kind of guy, who knows his customers by name. The food is very tasty, and the coffee is some of the best in town. Everything from the classy music to the low cost makes A Stone’s Throw a worthwhile stop for morning coffee, lunch, or afternoon snacks.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Amazing African Chicken special. I kept saying “wow”, and meant it every time. The service was fantastic—friendly and respectful. I sat at the bar and drank water, but I didn't see any signs of disgruntlement. Average price for a good meal, but the meal wasn't just good, it was astronomical. That's right, astronomical. Lively and hip atmosphere. I walked in at dinner with a group of four others, and we were seated within five minutes (albeit at the bar, we were together). I would definitely point a friend to Ping. Great experience!
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago