Month: August 2016

What I Hated the Least Today 210/365: Fonts Redux

After another night of fiddling with fonts—because that’s the most crucial part of a site, right?—I might have the winners. My current candidates to be deployed at my site (not this one, another one, and rest assured, even of less interest than this one) are two unbearably cute fonts. Cute like me. How professional (not).

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What I Hated the Least Today 209/365: Fonts

I’ve been working on one web site for a week now and so far it’s not only not finished, but it’s not even getting anywhere near. As the sample of my notes in the snap above indicates, I’m heavily overthinking the thing. It’s a self-hosted WordPress site, which means I’m able to modify the CSS

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What I Hated the Least Today 208/365: Blogging

Long time no see – a week since my last post, which is probably my record so far. What I hate the least today is therefore me managing to sneak in this little blogling (a diminutive for a blog post). To give this little post more substance, I present in the featured image my collection of

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What I Hated the Least Today 207/365: Proud (Not Really)

I’ve sort of finished the W3Schools HTML tutorial. It took me three times longer than I had expected. Anyway, I tried the quiz on the same site to test myself, and I didn’t score full points. Therefore, I’m not proud of myself really. I wonder if the note “You can be proud of yourself!” that appears after

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Changing Seasons 7/12

In response to Cardinal Guzman’s Changing Seasons challenge. I hardly go out these days for various boring reasons. I however did go to a cemetery — to see what my next stop will be and to pay a social visit to deceased relatives. I figure a graveyard is as good a place as any to record

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