I discover myself all the time comparing programming languages to brain functions.
While I have never designed a programming language myself, I have used many of them, and think, that I know their strengths and weaknesses quite well by now.
But more importantly, I have studied brain functions…
Bookmarc x Krink (- MarcJacobs)
Gawker is crowdsourcing TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS to pay off the drug dealers who have a video that allegedly shows the mayor of my city smoking crack.
And I think everyone in this city should ask - How DARE you?
Let me talk to you a second about drugs, criminality, poverty, gangs and guns. I…
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Sass gets new signs of recognition in the industry as more startups and major companies add the most famous CSS preprocessor to their toolbelt every day. Today, it is unlocking a gold achievement: “used internally by Apple”!
I discovered Apple rolled out a new design (codename Bento?) of the homepage of the Apple Store, and I always admired the passion they pour into their front-end code. As I couldn’t resist taking a look at this fresh CSS, I was happily surprised to see something quite familiar in a file named bento.css:/* line 5, ../../sass/bento/bento.scss */
I thought to myself: Amazing! Apple is using Sass! And two seconds later: What the hell are those comments doing in a production stylesheet?