Want (or need) to build a website or application but have now knowledge of coding and writing a web app from scratch? There are a huge variety of services available to use –from Blogger, to WordPress (**wink-wink**) to Squarespace — but a new, powerful challenger at entered, named Bubble. Bubble is a startup — generating $115,000 in monthly recurring revenue without raising any money — that many companies, big and small (ranging from Qoins, Dividend Finance, Plato and Meetaway), rely on for creating web applications without the whole “not knowing the first thing about coding”-thing stopping them. Plus, they take care of hosting your web app for you, and every time you resize your instance when your app gets bigger, you’ll pay more. Continue reading “Want to Create Web Apps but Have No Coding Experience? Try Bubble!”
I found this beautiful & colorful Venn diagram illustration on Arthitectural. It was originally created by graphic designer Colin Harman in regards to, well, graphic design. However, similar logic can also relate to architecture, or any other design profession (i.e., web design, industrial design, etc.). Harman makes it simple to see why graphic design that’s “fast,” “cheap” and “great” is an “impossible utopia,” “fast” and “great” results in “you … Continue reading Question: How Do You Like Your Designs/Architecture?
Honestly, I’ve only played the original “Kid Icarus” on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) once. ONCE!!! I really enjoyed it. However, other than the Game Boy version (which I never played), there have not been any new Kid Icarus games since Also, NO; (the “Kid Icarus” main character) Pit being a playable character in “Super Smash Bros. Brawl” on the Wii doesn’t count. Thankfully, Nintendo … Continue reading Do You Like Kid Icarus? Do You Have A Browser? Play This!