“Leverage browser caching”
I was looking at Google Pagespeed Insights results today for my website today. And I got this feedback: Leverage browser caching Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network. Leverage browser caching…
In 200 years someone will wonder what the heck AIM was.
In 2003 I blogged this to AOL Journals: I once had a fellow student give me this aphorism which i really like: the more competencies you have, the more deviancies you are allowed. blogging via im makes it easy to blog and not get really distracted into writing something good. the downside is that it…
“Thanks Clairemont Coffee Bean & Tea… for the wireless”
That was 7 years ago. That Coffee Bean & Tea is now closed. I drew that with Brushes on an iPod Touch. I see now that Brushes has since become free software. That’s pretty cool, I think. You can program on the thing yourself–just download the source from Github and go.