Be nice. Or else.
I use the Anywhere MX. I love its compact size (I have small hands) and the battery usually lasts a month or so.
There's a terrible flaw to it though. The small things that "clicks" inside the mouse get used and within 6-12 months of heavy usage, it becomes unusable (double clicks when you single click, doesn't click, click doesn't hold while dragging). Luckily there's a warranty, as soon as the issues start appearing I file a RMA and I get a new mouse within 2 weeks. Then the cycle repeats...
Intrigued by this mouse. Even if it's far bigger than what I'm used to.
I had been a Node.js developer (meteor, express.js) for a few years and then joined a company that did Ruby on Rails. I wouldn't go back. It's just simpler not to have to worry about the asynchronous nature of Node.js.
Rails is really the king when it comes to building something quickly. I found it much faster to prototype with than meteor / express.js.
They're new default theme is far better than it used to be. They've come a long way.
I was just starting a project yesterday and now I think I might switch over to using Semantic UI.
The grey and beige/grey at the top on the homepage is a bit difficult to grok for the eye though.
Have you been buying light bulbs? :)
Was my first thought.
I hate sites like that. When I scroll, I expect the site to scroll. If it doesn't, I would think I'm at the end of the page or something is buggy. Really annoying.
Any possibilities of getting beta codes? I loved the alpha.
It's nice. However, I'd like each shot to be linked to the original site or original dribbble shot.
Be nice. Or else.
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