It could be yours now. Check out the sales advert on eBay to get it today!
Located after 8-years in dry-storage, I am selling my Crumpler Barney Rustle Blanket Messenger Bag. Amazing bag, but I have no use for it. Hope it gets new owner soon. https://t.co/Iy5a0RdBas via @eBay
The kids want to see horses, but are scared they might hurt. Send them a horse card. Then they will realise they missed out on a decent holiday without their parents.
He’s works with a shovel. He tells you how much work he does, he proclaimed he worked on this and that road, he raves about it all the time. Buy 50 of these shovel cards for every Xmas, Birthday, Get-Well and any special occasion. He’ll soon stop telling you what he does for a living. Or he will love you forever. Win Win!
I still write CSS and HTML – but these days its CSS3 and HTML5. Yes, it has been around for over ten years, but I have been out of the game for a while. So it was a bit of a fun moment when I discovered the simplicity of HTML5.
Tonight, whilst hunting for more details about figure and figcaption I found a heap of great site designs for photographers. These few got me thinking on how to better utilise these elements in my new business website.
Here are my favorites. (I hope nobody minds the screendumps!)
I am sure there are heaps more. I almost had StuckInCustomsTrey Ratcliff on here … but he has removed his fancy home page that I knew and loved so much. Oh, his new site looks awesome too, don’t get me wrong.
Tomorrow I will have a list of HTML5-designed sites displaying another profession of interest. Look out for it.