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“You’ve been coding,” my wife says to me. Whenever I get my head swirling in code — usually something to do with WordPress — my head gets lost in a haze. I can’t hide it, my wife notices it every time. I thought I was the only one who did this, until I read the story behind […]


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Mars Hill Website Easter Egg

Its all about jesus

The other day I was poking around the Mars Hill website trying to see how their site was built, and as usual, I pulled up Chrome’s Developer Tools. I found a pleasant surprise! In big Ascii letters were the words “It’s All About Jesus!” I actually did a fist pump when I saw it. Mars Hill […]


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WordPress Cheat Sheet

For you WordPress developers out there, do you find yourself constantly Googling those commonly used WordPress functions? Are you in charge of your church’s website and you need access to those confusing little bits of code that do things? Need to immediately know how to insert Page Based Navigation? How about showing your site description? […]


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MAMP 3 for Mac & PC

MAMP 3 has been released! If you’re running a killer web development environment, more than likely, you’ve installed MAMP (unless you’re developing on your PC — until now). MAMP is improved over the previous version and now comes in a Windows flavor, too (coming soon). While the pro version will cost you (reduced price for those […]



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900-Year-Old Viking Code Finally Solved: Kiss Me

This is a fascinating story of 11th or 12th century Viking life with a fun little twist. While experts were able to determine the characters of their alphabet, the messages inscribed needed additional decoding. “The messages found so far seem to be either used in learning or have a playful tone.” It would seem as […]



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The Source Code Used in TV and Film

Tumblr has lead to many different creative endeavors that are just absolutely fun. One that I recently found is called, Source Code in TV and Films, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. They have posted, including submissions from others, screenshots from different TV programs and movies of source code shown on screen. Included with these screenshots, […]



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