Inflammatory rhetoric has typified Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and his unusual post-election campaigning. Many of his outlandish remarks in his speeches and tweets have at least suggested elements of racism, sexism, anti-LGBTQ and anti-Muslim sentiments.
His defenders, both inside and outside his inner circle, argue that it is just his style of speaking and is not actually indicative of his true feelings. Through a series of executive orders, memos and even a pardon, however, Trump has now provided his detractors with well-documented evidence of his racism, anti-transgender and anti-Muslim agenda.
Bandwidth caps be damned. Google will apparently allow its users to share 10GB files via Google Drive. Now, even if you have a file one tenth that size, it could be very good for online collaboration and development.
So, I just made a Facebook page for this site. Hopefully, it will be a way for people with questions and comments to open up discussions about the topics. And yes, I plan to actually start posting topics regularly. As you know, a Facebook page needs the magic 25 likes to be considered worthwhile. If I cannot get 25 likes for it, I guess I will just be horribly embarrassed.
When you take on a web development project, you have more to worry about than just keeping those creative juices flowing., Time and energy go into the work in abundance, and so does money. It takes real cash to keep things running, and while there is always hope that the investment will be returned in revenue, there is no guarantee that it will even out, much less that a profit will be made.
Web traffic continues to increase daily. With almost 250 million American users alone, plus quickly expanding Internet accessibility in foreign countries, a huge target market exists for any website. Whether for a business, a hobby, a professional resume, or anything else, the Internet has resources to help. However, one of the biggest hurdles is giving your webpage something unique. The first step is to have unique content that can be updated regularly and retains an audience. The second step is to format that information in a way that people can quickly and easily read and navigate.
On a given day, I may use three different browsers for various reasons. Sometimes one browser just gets the job done better than another. Having said that, the following results are only from one test (SunSpider), on one computer (mine), on one operating system (Kubuntu). Results may vary for you, but the point of it is to demonstrate that the browser wars are getting very competitive. On a given day, one build of Chrome may be faster than Firefox, and on another day, the opposite may be true.