Robot Turtles is a great board game that aims to teach early programming skills to young children.
I participated in the Kickstarter launch back in September knowing that my youngest son would be too young to play for some time.
I didn’t think he was ready developmentally. So when it was time to play Robot Turtles with my older son, I would frame it as something my younger son could play when he turned three. And he was okay with that.
But now he’s almost three (at the end of this month). I gave him the option to play with us tonight and he was very excited to join in.
I am documenting my onboarding strategy and results in the hopes that it helps someone else introduce the game to their little one.
PetaPixel recently posted an article about a flaw in Getty’s new free image embed control.
The presented method was based on resizing the frame height so that the attribution would fall outside the client area of the iframe. Getty quickly addressed the issue by scaling the image width relative to the height.
However, there is a more effective way to circumvent attribution; a way that Getty has no control over — short of revoking your access to the image or sending a C&D letter.
Startup life is different. I had a lot of fun and met a lot of great people at Sortable. Unfortunately, recent events have left the company a mere shell of what it once was. It’s sad. But it’s also life. Startup life.
I scoured my hard drive for photos. Some are polished, some are not. Without further comment, here are my fondest memories of our family.
Personally, I think this is hilarious. I only set up WordPress a few days ago. There were no posts, no pages, no… nothing.
But, when I check the access logs, I see the tell-tale signs that someone — more likely something (aka. a botnet) — has already attempted to hack my blog.