I was recently working with JpGraph and got the broken image of death that seemed to preclude debugging. After googling around for a debug flag, I found a lot of people with the same issue but incomplete solutions at best. I was sure I used such a flag to display error messages before, but I couldn’t find it. Finally, I came across John Geddes’ blog, where I found the last piece of info I needed to print …
I first saw taiko drumming at the Cherry Blossom Festival. I heard the pounding rhythm from a distance and almost broke into a Shug-Avery-esque run to get to the stage.
I recently read an article about liketwice.com and decided to give it a try. I love shopping at thrift, consignment and secondhand shops, and have been looking for an online option for some time. Most of the online secondhand stores I’ve looked at use the eBay model, with individuals selecting, posting and shipping their items.
The reality is that Netrobe, Cloth, and Clothia are all completely different fashion apps for different purposes.
Let’s forget for a moment the “real reason” there aren’t more women in tech, the rise of the brogrammer, and the fact that MEN invented the internet. Let’s focus on the people and organizations that are actively facilitating getting women in tech – through teaching, mentorship, and cash.
This photo was taken by my friend Stanley Morgan. Once in awhile, we get together and collaborate on a shoot.
After poring over tons of ideas, I decided to go DIY and try making my own necklace organizer using a cork board and push pins.
Yes, I’m still drawing feet. It’s frustrating for me because I’d rather be drawing cool stuff.