Into The Forrst: On the Forrst invite system. -
I’m pleased to announce that we’ve just launched a substantial update to Forrst’s invite system.
We’ve employed an invite-only model since the early days of the site with a nice degree of success; it’s helped keep the community highly-focused, and ensured that only developers and designers are…
UN Pulse from U.N. Dag Hammarskjöld Library: Security Council Meeting on Situation in Libya -
The Security Council will meet this morning, March 12th,2012, at its 6733rd meeting to discuss the situation in Libya. The Security Council will discuss the Report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Support Mission in Libya S/2012/129 and the letter dated 7 March 2012 from the…
A Blog, By Luke Morton: Kohana's Cascading File System for your Assets -
Ever wanted to extend the benefits of Kohana’s Cascading File System to your assets? That is, allow your modules and application folders contain JS, CSS, images and other static content whilst at the same time being publicly accessible.
If you have then maybe Publicize is the Kohana module…
For the last time, the BRAIN shirts are on sale. You can order the shirts until 16 May, and shipping will begin on 23 May. The shirts are available in all adult sizes. For more information and ordering instructions, visit Wire & Twine:
We want to extend a special thank you to Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg of Nervous System for permission to use their image on the BRAIN shirts.
An illustration for the 2011 Trinity Ball Magazine
A neon poster for The Shining.
Recently I had the pleasure of announcing Sencha Touch, a standards-based mobile app framework which I helped create. As expected, this has raised some questions about jQTouch, a similar library I created last year. As covered before, jQTouch will remain separate, maintained, and free under the MIT license. This post helps distinguish the similarities and differences between the two libraries for the discerning mobile developer.
Dribbble Blog: Go Pro! -
We’re super excited today to announce the release of Dribbble Pro, a suite of extra features for existing players for just $19 USD per year.
In an earlier blog post, we outlined a roadmap for the future, noting that our next challenge was sustainability—adding revenue to keep up with the…
Themocrity is my first dark theme. I’ve stuck with the light colors since the beginning, so I figured it was time to change it up a bit. This theme, like my last two, utilizes jQuery Masonry by David Desandro.
After receiving over 10,000 installs, I’ve decided to completely revamp Themocrity and include a ton of new features.
Allows you to change the color of the links located inside of the posts.
Post Icon Hover Color
Allows you to change the background color of the icons when you hover over them.
Twitter Link Color
If you’ve enabled Twitter access through the Services tab, this will allow you to change the color of the links that show up in the Twitter box on your blog.
Allows you to change the background color of the “Next Page” and “Previous Page” pagination links when hovered on them.
Post Title Link Color
Allows you to change the color of the linked title headers such as the one you see when posting a link.
Note Links Color
Allows you to change the color of the links in the notes section.
Footer Link Color
Allows you to change the color of the links located in the footer.
Header Link Hover Color
Allows you to change the color of the header links when hovered on them.
Streampad Background Color
If you’ve enabled the Streampad music player widget, you can change the background color of said widget here.
Vimeo Video Player Color
This will change the color of the Vimeo player controls.
Youtube Video Player Color
This will change the background color of the Youtube video controls.
You can upload a custom background image here.
Tick this option if you want your blog’s layout to be centered.
Three Column Layout
Tick this option if you want to use the three-column version of this theme.
If you want to entertain your visitors with some music, you can enable the Streampad widget which will allow your visitors to play all of your audio posts.
Show Archive, Random, and Feed Link
This option allows you to either hide or show these links.
If you need to display extras links such as your Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc., you can do that here.
Custom Link URL
Place the actual URL to your custom link here. Example: http://facebook.com.
Custom Link Title
Place the name of the link you want to display. Example: Facebook.
Google Analytics ID
If you have a Google Analytics account, place your ID here. Google Analytics, in essence, tracks all of your blog’s visitors and displays the information to you. If you don’t have a Google Analytics account, you can sign up for one here.
If you want to enable the Disqus commenting widget, place your shortname here. If you don’t have a Disqus shortname, sign up on their website to receive one.
To use this theme, click on the photo and you will be taken to the install page.
If you have any questions, concerns, and/or suggestions, feel free to drop them in my ask box.
Theme Updates and Fixes August 14, 2010: Submitted an update that completely revamped the entire theme. I took out unneeded code, changed around the way the theme looked in general, and added more custom options to allow users to further customize the theme.