I couldn’t agree more. It simply doesn’t make sense and the 1st of April is still far from now, so everything seems awkwardly true.
Posts By: Emanuele Bartolomucci
There’s some truth in the article. I’ve been into that in the past and I will surely be in the future.
This is by far one of the coolest and smartest use of the device capabilities by a mobile developer. It might not be one of the most useful apps out there, but it shows how brilliant some developers can be by making the most of the limited hardware features available on a smartphone, as some others… Read more »
As you might have noticed, the about page of this site says that I’m now in Berlin, and I will for a year more or less as I’m trying to learn German, for what would be my fourth foreign language after English, French and Spanish. It’s hard to define what “tough” means in language learning, but… Read more »
The link above points to a Tumblr blog which is a great collection of skeuomorphic interfaces from the real world, such as websites, apps and others. Discussions about skeuomorphism being a good or bad thing in the design world never get old, especially on Hacker News, as you might have noticed. I personally love it and… Read more »
I’m proud to say that for the entire month of August I never logged in on Facebook, not even once over a period of 31 full days. Maybe it’s not such a great achievement and maybe I did it in the least busy month of the year, but to an internet addict like I am,… Read more »
Flightradar24 is one of the best web app I’ve seen in a while. It allows to live track every aircraft equipped with an ADS-B transponder, which for Europe is about the 70% of all airplanes, much less for US and other continents. It’s easy to use, clean and it doesn’t require so much effort from the CPU,… Read more »
Ok, July has gone and with it my first serious 30 day challenge. Now it’s time for a quick review and a few fords about the new challenge for August. Two were the main tasks: no sugars and no dairy products. Let’s get it straight: for the dairy part, it’s been quite a good ride,… Read more »
Insightful article from a former Mozilla developer who explains how Firefox is losing users for the benefit of Chrome, and his interesting perspective on software updates in general.
Cloud9 IDE is a great online editor that stays in the cloud, so it’s available everywhere and has some interesting features like realtime collaboration. I’ve quickly given it a try adding the FTP account of this site and it works great, it’s like Coda in the cloud, with all the advantages that come with it.