Ever seen BuzzFeed? Of course you have, BuzzFeed is pretty much the reason for the Internet. The 28 funniest Cat Fails 2013 – need I say more.
Why is it so addictive though? Yes the content is funny (most of the time) and the list format makes you want to read more, but what I find myself clicking on again and again is the ‘More Buzz’ link block at the end of every post.
The BuzzFeed ‘More Buzz’ widget is fiendishly addictive. Go on then, one more post.
An amazing video showing the history of man over 2 minutes. Found here http://marcbrecy.perso.neuf.fr/ and tweeted by @RichardDawkins.
Today I switched by blog theme to the development preview of Twenty Thirteen. It seems to be a move away from Twenty Twelve which was less focused on the traditional blogging features of WordPress.
Ruby as a programming language has always interested me, partly because it is such a high level language! It’s also interesting that everything is an object in Ruby essentially scrapping that jump from scripting to OO programming, which I never made.
There is a wealth of knowledge (as with any major language) online, however I thought I would put together a list of the most useful tutorials I have found as a complete Ruby n00b to aid others who may be just getting started.
You know that really annoying Google advert where the guy is emailing his daughter?
That, but not that.
I’m going for the whole ‘Dear Sophie’ thing but without the douchebaggery – just a photo blog then!
You can see the little fellow’s photos and videos here: http://dylangardiner.com.