Firebug is one of the reasons that I changed to Firefox (from Camino, a faster, less memory intensive browser). It is so handy for checking under the hood of websites and anyone who does anything with CSS should know how to use it!
WordPress and the GNU General Public License
Recent GNU GPL issues During WordCamp Australia, as I mentioned in my post, one of my questions instigated a discussion about the GNU GPL and how themes relate to the WordPress license. In the last couple of weeks since WordCamp there has been a bit of chatter on Twitter about it. Jeff Waugh agreed to […]
Thumbs up for easy installs
After almost two years of heavy daily use, my poor little MacBook was getting a bit worn out and doing some crazy things. So about a month ago I reinstalled OS X. I backed up all my files and just wiped the whole computer.
Writing a thesis in LaTeX
LaTeX is a document markup system, which helps you to focus on what you’re writing and reduces some of the hassle of tedious tasks like adding references and numbering sections, figures and tables. It also natively handles footnotes, table of contents, lists of figures, lists of tables, headers, footers, margin notes and probably a hundred […]
Back on the Google Reader bandwagon
I’ve been using Google Reader on and off almost since the beginning. Now I’m back on!
Mac shortcuts for n00bs
Print Selections I felt like such a noob yesterday when I complained that Macs can’t “print from selection” like you can on Windows. It’s probably the only thing I’ve wanted to do that I knew about in Windows and couldn’t do with my Mac. My husband said it depends which program you’re in. I said, […]