I know there are a bunch of these posts explaining how to configure Compass and Sass on Windows, but I wanted to post a cut-and-dry explanation for the rest of us specifically using Aptana Studio 3. I hope this helps someone out there looking to dive into Sass development.
I got out to watch the Blue Angels practice at the Portsmouth Airshow again. I work on The Pease Tradeport, so it's amazing when the airshow comes around becuase they litterally practice right over my head. It's also pretty cool when they buzz the office, becuase they set off all the car alarms.
I drive up the coast nearly every day and saw this. I had to stop and take a picture. It’s crazy what these people can do with sand. Granted, it's not the same sand found at the beach. From what I gather, tons of this “special” sand is imported for these events.
This map came out of the attic of a 19th century farmhouse. I personally found it, under a ton of other crap. It was under an eve, and probably not handled in decades. The quality is obviously not great, but the map itself is super-cool.
I’m driving up the seacoast this morning, listening the The Morning BUZZ as I usually do. They mentioned they had a “street-legal” Indy car in the station parking lot, and it would only be there for a couple of minutes.
I recently ran into a frustrating issue when WordPress (2.8.4) started acting bad once the server was updated to the latest php 5.3.0. The main issue is pretty well documented if you search Google, and is not a WordPress code problem rather a php bug.
Every so often I go through these fairly stubborn insomnia phases. Well seeing that I was up at 3am again today (with no chance of falling back asleep), I got a little bored moping around the house while everyone was asleep. To that end, I packed up and headed out for a drive before work.
I’ve had some people email me questions about my basement project. Specifically, how I decided to frame walls over a stone wall foundation. Well the project is not complete yet, but I have at least one room that is 95% finished.
I wanted to follow up on a post I made recently where I tried to find out what a non-photographer could do with a so-called “easy to use” point and click camera (Nikon Coolpix p100). The problem is, I feel like on my previous attempt I was trying too hard to fiddle with all the settings.
I seem to be building numerous websites lately that clients want to be able to manage themselves, and I’ve been using WordPress to power them.