No, I won’t bring you tacos, stop asking.
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Wow. This is the future!
It’s not quite here yet—which is probably a good thing considering the safety implications of countless autonomous unmanned flying vehicles flying around our cities!
But it will happen I’m sure. Very cool.
Fantastic to see the Free House celebrating their 500th beer this evening! Quite an achievement.
Well done, all.
Put plainly, sourcemaps are a way to map compiled code back to its native state. That may sound kind of odd, but sourcemaps will make every Sass-loving developer’s life a little bit better. Browsers that understand the generated map file will know where each and every line of code came from, down to the line number in the original Sass file, rather than the line number from the compiled CSS file.
I don’t entirely follow but it sounds cool and will no doubt come in handy soon!
The launch of Kickstarter in New Zealand has attracted a range of creative projects, from a rockstar wristwatch and designer notebooks to a horror web series. Then there’s the kooky idea of piecing a cooked onion back together to see how much it shrank.
Founder & Creative Director
Founder & CEO
The Bridge Street Collective
Founder & Coordinator
Workbooks™ (on Kickstarter)
Pocket notebooks for creatives
I live in Nelson, New Zealand with my lovely wife and two wonderful children.
This blog is mainly a repository of things from around the internet that pique my interest or inspire me.
It may also contain the occasional rant or my personal musings.
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