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Google's got a new logo. Looks like they are embracing their material design alright.

For any web dev, what google does, matters. Granted i still think material design is pretty damn cookie-cutter and boring, but hey, that's me. :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_logo
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Something you and your clients will want to be aware of....you got  like a week:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/08/28/google_says_flash_ads_out_september/
If your ads aren't on web giant's network, they better be HTML5 – or they're dead to Chrome
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+Jason Jerris I agree with you here.

That being said, I think P.E.T.A should be called immediately on anyone that starts off a paragraph with "not to beat a dead horse" :)
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For all you cookie cutters out there. This is why i hate frontend frameworks: http://elpollodiablo.soup.io/post/608385495/Image

Lets be creative, shall we?

#bootstrapsucks  :-P
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Haha... did someone say cookie?
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Hey folks, been seeing a lot of posts about CSS display:flex;

I have a question for those of you experienced with it.

flex-basis is said to be the with, which when it's turned vertical automatically becomes the height of the element.

1. How does this "height" work, when usually height percentages tend to not be very good.
2. What if the horizontal content doesn't work well with the height, will it auto-stretch to accommodate larger content? 
3. Are there any cross-browser issues you've come across that make it so this is not yet 100% useful?
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Thank you +Aaron Segal​ :D
+Ramsez Stamper​ thank you also - glad to help :] 
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Just a moderator post.

Ok, so every now and then we get people telling us "I really feel like this community isn't being moderated enough. The content has really gone down in quality..." and this can be pretty frustrating to us mods.

I'd like to address this by explaining what happens in a community of 180,732 members. 
1. We all know plenty of those members are spam accounts, but until they post straight up spam we're not gonna ban them, because we don't have proof they are spam. 
2. We have a handful of moderators who are active and filter through every single post added to the site. Sometimes we don't get to a post before you see it. We can't help that.
3. We have some pretty strict rules and in some cases legitimate posts that aren't useful enough are removed. The poster gets upset and we have to explain to them that if we don't filter the posts enough, other people get upset that the content isn't clean enough.
4. False positives. I just went through 12 posts "marked as spam" and four of them were perfectly legitimate posts, posted to their proper categories. Sometimes you need to watch what you mark as spam, because just because you don't like something does not mean it's not useful to the rest of the community. 

So, we actually spend quite a few hours every week trying to keep this community active and clean to give you all a good experience, so please bear with us when something slips through and don't get upset if we disable your post, but rather explain to us why it's useful to the community. 

I hope this helps everyone get on the same page and understand that we can only do so much. But we are trying :)

Keep posting the good stuff! :)
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Anyone need cheap hosting? Cheerleader videos? Like my Facebook page for all that!
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Ever heard about "radiation" from your phone? or wi-fi? or..i dunno, bananas? ever wondered if you were gonna mutate and get super powers from it?

Well, this is a pretty awesome article that explains very very well what dosages of radiation we get from various every day objects. I'm kinda wary of living in a concrete city now...but again, those bananas man, they're more dangerous than airport scanners...

http://gizmodo.com/here-are-the-true-radiation-dangers-in-your-environment-1723239205
People are terrified that they’re being exposed to radiation all the time, whether from distant nuclear accident or the mobile devices snuggled against their heads. Generally, they are wrong. Here are the most radioactive objects in the world around you, and the truth about which ones cause health problems.
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This is a pretty cool webcomic supported by patreon patrons.
http://www.peppercarrot.com/
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This >.<

....i made it this time! :D
#apple  #iphone6s 
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Nah, we're not that lucky!!  XD
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For those of you in Atlanta, we've got some awesome self-defense instructors :)

http://www.cbs46.com/story/29879636/self-defense-experts-explain-how-clothing-can-take-down-a-terrorist

These are the guys I train with from Hokutoryu Jujutsu in Roswell, Ga

Info about our sessions:
http://roswellbudokan.com/other-martial-arts/ju-jutsu/

Our main site:
http://usajutsu.com 

#atlanta   #jujutsu  #self-defense 
If a terrorist tries to take over a train, plane, or MARTA rail-line what would you do?
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Oh yeah, Bears fan.  Forgot about that - LOL!!  I got a couple Bears fans in family and friends so it gets fun sometimes.  :)
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Education
  • Florida Institute of Technology
    B.S. Biochemistry, 2000 - 2004
  • Florida Institute of Technology
    M.S. Computer Information Systems, 2005 - 2007
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Web Dev is my passion, Teach, Learn, Grow.
Introduction
Disclaimer: I'm not politically correct all the time. This is because i have a heartbeat and am human. If you don't like it, don't follow me. Since some people like to cause unnecessary drama, I want to point out that my Opinions DO NOT necessarily reflect the point of view of the company I work for and that my business relationships have little to do with my personal opinions. 

I like to think I can build anything on the web if given enough time and resources. :)

I'm a consultant, and web developer based in the greater Atlanta area and willing to teach or help any developer who needs it, as long as you're willing to put in the time and effort. :)

My mad skillz include but are not limited to:
  • Project assessment and Planning
  • HTML/HTML5/XML
  • CSS/CSS3
  • PHP
  • MySql
  • Javascript/JQuery
  • ASP
  • Writing Specification Documents
  • Creating Wireframes
  • Project Timeline Definition
  • Feedback Integration
  • and of course Quoting Project Cost

I spend a fair amount of time networking online and learning about new developments on the web. 
I seem to work too much i'm told, but is it really work when you love what you do?
I'm also an avid gamer. From MMO's to RTS to FPS. :)
I also read up on tech/science/sci fi news. I love learning continuously and teaching anyone who wants to learn from me as well.
Bragging rights
I was born on a tropical island ;)
Work
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Senior Web Consultant at AppliedImagination.com, Problem Solving, Solution Finding, Building
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Look over there =====>
Employment
  • Applied Imagination
    Senior Web Consultant, 2015 - present
  • Web Developer II at ShopVisible LLC, Your friendly neighbourhood code creator
    Web Developer II, 2011 - 2015
  • Project Manager at Innovative Care Solutions,
    Project Manager, 2007 - 2011
  • Florida Institute of Technology
    Web Developer, 2006 - 2006
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