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Amir Harel
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Check out the new way to interact with content - TalkingLayers
http://blog.talkinglayers.com/hello-world-june-27/
Hello World at TalkingLayers Blog
Hello World at TalkingLayers Blog
blog.talkinglayers.com

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Working on TalkingLayers next awesome features...
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This is an exciting day since my startup is launching its beta release - http://www.talkinglayers.com/

TalkingLayers is a website widget for site owners to enable their users to share and write comments on any element on the page they like.
You can check it our in our blog: http://blog.talkinglayers.com/hello-world-june-27/

I Would appreciate some shares and feedback :)

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Arrr, Captain Clumsy’s first gameplay video!
It is time to throw the curtains wide open and show what our first iOS game “Captain Clumsy” is all about. Enjoy this glimpse of pure and unadulterated Captain Clumsy gameplay.

What else...? Oh, yeah. ARRRRRRR!!!!

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if you are working now on your startup and you are in your early stages - you might want to read this

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Who's that Pirate?
1, 2, 3 and 4 are all famous pirates. Can you name them all in order of bad-assedness, matey?

If 20 people get it right, we'll release the first "Captain Clumsy" gameplay video ahead of schedule! If not, we'll release it anyway. Arrrr!

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I read this BEM article (http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2012/04/16/a-new-front-end-methodology-bem/) couple of times and it's really interesting, but I'm having a hard time understanding how this would fit into a real workflow.

There's this other video by the authors (http://video.yandex.ru/users/ya-events/view/302 in russian), which shows some examples.

Much better.

Seems like advantages of using BEM (in the video) — comparing to more classic layout/styling — boiled down to:

1) Prefer classes over tag names
- element might change
- another element of same type might be added

2) Prefer classes over ids
- element might need to be duplicated

3) Avoid cascading
- performance is better
- easier to move things around without breaking things (at the cost of being overly explicit)

So if you stick to these rules, you get all the flexibility benefits of BEM without adhering to its structure? Structure itself is a benefit (and overhead) of course.

Things I'm skeptical about (=need more research):

- How much overhead is it to change/move things around when styles/behavior are so segregated?
- How do you create MVC-style apps, when JS/behavior is confined to a block? Do you think in terms of blocks or views? Are these the same? What if relationship is more complex than 1-to-1? Or do you ditch this type of organization for more complex apps?

Need to dig more / try using it.

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"If you want to replica startup nation you have to buy Tel-Aviv" - Michael Eisenberg answering a student question from New Zealand

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Why I REALLY want Bayern Munich to beat Real Madrid
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