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35 years ago, humans discovered an inhabitable star known as Caron. They have started to gather a vast army of star warriors in preparation for an expedition to that planet outside the solar system. And you’re the leader of this army!
If you’re blogging and use Windows as your primary platform, you’ll find the frequent need for adding screenshots to your posts. Not only does a screenshot bring some life to your post but it serves to give the reader a visual understanding of what you’re talking about. You can go about the traditional way of hitting the Print Screen key on your keyboard and then jumping to Paint to get your screenshot.
Flappy Bird is dead. Long live it’s alternatives. If you’ve not downloaded Flappy Bird on your phone or tablet and are regretting not having done so now, then check out these two alternatives.
If you’re a designer, finding good quality icons does require a good amount of searching. So, here is a free icon set in PSD format courtesy the great folks at PixelKit. A clean interface offers quite a few benefits.
If you’ve not heard about Flappy Bird yet, then you need to get hold of this game and play it now, because this is a game that has taken the world by storm over the past week. Update: Flappy Bird is no longer available after its creator pulled it out of both the Apple store and Google Play. Be careful what you download because there are a tonne of fake games with malware.
As per a recent research, it has been found that nearly 55% of the 1 million most-visited websites operate on WordPress Content Management System (CMS). Well, frankly speaking, WordPress has definitely been successful in becoming one of the most preferable CMSs used by web developers across the globe. In this blog, I’ll be exploring the journey of WordPress from being referred to as a usual blogging software to becoming the ruler of popular CMSs including Joomla and Drupal.