Last month I decided use Ghost on our travel site, [Destinationless](http://destinationless.com “Destinationless – Life is a journey, not a destination.”), and a couple weekends ago I finally made the move (you can read more of why here). Prior to the move I decided to create a Vagrant & skeleton for quickly spinning up Ghost sites (since none really existed).
If there is one drawback of programming, it’s that sitting for long periods of time take a negative toll on the body. This is why I force myself to stand up and stretch repeatedly (which everyone should do). In addition, I only sit at the…
Let’s face it, learning something new is difficult. Especially something that is completely foreign (no pun intended). But like any investment in oneself, this investment will pay off in the end. Even if that only payoff is to communicate with my wife’s family.
For those of you that may not know, I use Safari quite a bit. I am not here to proclaim that it is the best browser, but it is the one that I prefer because it connects my reading list, bookmarks, open windows, and more. However, it does lack a few features that make web development easier, including no way to easily resize the browser window for testing responsive websites (yeah, Firefox handles that very well).
As such, I created an extension for Safari that enables using this awesome tool on any website. If you use Safari and need a viewport resizing tool (that does not resize the application window, ugh!), download Safari Responsive Extension and give it a try.
Eighties, a theme I made for personal use and released on WordPress.org earlier this year, is now available on WordPress.com (cool). It was actually release earlier this month, but I am just now getting around to writing this (sorry, I’ve been busy).
The awesome Automattic Theme Team did a great job adding in some new features and you can expect them to be added into the WordPress.org version soon.