This is an update on what happened in the previous month.
The first version of this website was created based on Kev Quirk’s article “How To Build A Jekyll Site Using Simple.css”. Even though I think simple.css’ design out-the-box is great, apart from being powerful, I’d like to have something even more minimalistic for my website. But not as minimalist at the cost of having usability or readability issues.
I’m definitely feeling a little nostalgic with Apple’s last month announcement that the days of the iPod Touch are over.
Recently, The European Commission announced plans to require a universal charging ports for all mobile devices by mid-2024.
Since I created this website I missed the ability to search my posts on-site. With the help of Simple Jekyll Search, this guide written by Kev, and some minor tweaks, I’ve managed to add this feature.
What a joy I felt when Real Madrid was crowned the Champions League champion of 2022. Especially for the Brazilians who play in the team, as is the case of the striker Vinicius Jr.
This is an update of what happened in the previous month.
Why are there so many keyboard sizes and layouts? Is it possible to find the perfect keyboard? Will we type better or faster with a “high-end” keyboard? Here’s my opinion:
We often need to share a photo with someone special, but what usually goes unnoticed is the amount of metadata that is embedded in every pic we shoot.
I recently read the article “Qualcomm sampling Wi-Fi 7 silicon for next-gen access points” on The Register website, and it came to my mind how fast technology is evolving to the point that we don’t even have time to keep up with it. Which leads me to the question: Does technology really need to evolve that fast?