Composition is one of the most important aspects of visual art, and it is one of the easiest for beginners to overlook. Have you ever seen someone doing that thing where they frame a shot using their hands? It may look silly, but what they’re doing is an important aspect of creating a compelling story. The framing of a shot has a subconscious effect on the audience and can be used to elicit a specific response.
Join us as our lead developer introduces some broad ideas about what modding is, and some of the easiest ways to experiment with it in Minecraft that are relatively low effort, low risk. This is the first part of an ongoing series where we will build and modify a Minecraft server.
The internet is a wonderful network. Despite being built on nothing but aging hardware and infrastructure not designed to withstand the use we are now putting it through, the advantages of it as a platform far outweigh the cons. It’s (mostly) global, so your information can reach the largest audience imaginable.
So, relatively recently I wrote a post praising the CSS Grid system of styling websites and web applications. From the ease of implementation and use, to the fact that you have minute control over each element of your site, while still having a seamless transition from mobile to desktop, Grid is something I still recommend highly today.
The Internet is a fantastic resource for information, where anyone can upload his or her knowledge to the web. But anyone means anyone, so the data is not always correct and can unfortunately spread false reports about certain truths. Here, we debunk popular security myths that have crawled their way around the World Wide Web.
The online landscape has changed significantly in the last two decades, creating whole new categories of concerns for users. Join us as our lead developer shares some general tips and advice about one of those concerns, maintaining online privacy in 2019.
If you’re reading this blog post, I can accurately assume that you’re someone who is on the internet with relative regularly. Piggy-backing off of that assumption, we can also assume that you’ve encountered at least one of the numerous HTTP status codes.
Have you ever tried using a five-year-old computer to get something done? It’s frustratingly slow, right? That’s because, over time, the operating system decays. During the normal lifespan of a computer, you can expect to install and uninstall dozens of programs, hundreds of Windows updates, and who knows how many registry edits. After all of this is done, your computer is significantly different from when it was fresh out of the box. This process has been called many things: software rot, code rot, bit rot, software erosion, software decay, software entropy, etc.