Gavin T

Gavin T

Developer Joined over 5 years ago

  • 1 story
  • Posted to Show DN: Rain UI - A calming UI theme for Atom, Feb 24, 2015

    Absolutely love this theme, great work!

    0 points
  • Posted to Teehan & Lax join Facebook, in reply to Kyle Conrad , Jan 16, 2015

    S'all good!

    I mean whether or not many details were given in the post, the secrecy does makes sense - I'm not sure many other businesses would go about this any differently. I just feel really badly for their team.

    2 points
  • Posted to Teehan & Lax join Facebook, in reply to Kyle Conrad , Jan 16, 2015

    "We quietly began to put the word out that we were open to having conversations about alternative futures for Teehan+Lax"

    ........ further down the post ........

    "We also needed to ask these questions on behalf of our co-workers without them being involved in the process. This lead us to run through endless scenarios trying to balance the needs of those who would join us at Facebook and those who would not."

    8 points
  • Posted to Site Design: Meteor, Oct 28, 2014

    Love the new look and so glad to hear they've reached 1.0!

    5 points
  • Posted to Show DN: World Of X - An Interactive Exploration of the World of Marvel's X-Men, in reply to Casey Britt , Sep 24, 2014

    Same problem here on a three month old mbp retina - however I love the idea and the design!

    0 points
  • Posted to "@" symbols with usernames in URLs, in reply to Calum Smith , Aug 21, 2014

    Very interesting that @'s work within Twitter URLs, I would have thought they'd keep in consistent with all @'s or no @'s.

    Interestingly enough - and also related to the above - if you remove the @ from an article URL on Medium, you can still access the post (with the @ still appearing in the final URL). However removing the @ from a user's profile page will produce a 404......

    IE - This works: But this doesnt:

    Ultimately I definitely agree that @'s have outgrown Twitter, and I suppose if I think about it, I have seen it referenced quite regularly outside of Twitter. However I'm cognizant that I am surrounded by tech people/early adopters, and do still wonder if slower adopters would also agree that @ usage should be commonplace... or maybe it just wouldn't even be an issue in those cases.

    1 point
  • Posted to You Can Quit Tomorrow, in reply to Ricardo Vazquez , Jul 11, 2014

    That's awesome! I had checked out the Don Rowing Club online but it's a little bit of a trek for me. Currently I'm eyeing the Learn to Row programs at both Hanlan and Bayside Rowing Club :) Your article was that extra push I needed!

    0 points
  • Posted to You Can Quit Tomorrow, Jul 09, 2014

    Really fantastic article Ricardo -- very timely for me!

    The link piqued my interest due to an issue I've been wrestling with lately. That said, a bigger sign was that yesterday I took the first steps to find a rowing club to join here in Toronto!

    Beautiful article -- thanks for the two-fold inspiration :)

    0 points
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