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Did she try Find My iPhone/Mac?

http://www.apple.com/support/icloud/find-my-device/

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"Bistro was designed with Proxima Nova, Adelle & Coquette typefaces and developed using Sublime Text 2 on a Mac."

What's the benefit of telling people that it's built with ST2?

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I've always been a big fan of colophons in books and on websites—basically telling people how the thing that you're looking at was created.

It isn't necessary to the end user, but it is fun to show to designers and developers that we might want to work with.

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If it isn't necessary for the end user, it shouldn't be on the site.

Put it in http://humanstxt.org/

2c

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Telling our users the tools we use doesn't provide any benefit to them. That being said, we are huge fans of ST2, and this seemed like a better alternative to screaming about it from the rooftops :)

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Combing over the content on your website, I noticed this as well. I find it to be quite charming and most people won’t read the footer text anyway. I’d say: leave it in.

I design (dead tree) books for a living. In the colophon, I always include information about the typefaces I’ve used (font families for print are usually quite costly — $1-3k — so I mention it to gloat about my purchase as well as wanting to give credit where it’s due), the paper it’s printed on (usually FSC certified), and the eco-inks (if used.) I also mention in which country the book is printed.

I don't mention it’s laid out in InDesign on a Mac and that the copy is styled in InCopy — that’s standard. For programming, there are more options. I use BBEdit and Coda, but I respect your choice and I appreciate you letting us know what you use.

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It doesn't open again in Firefox 20

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I see that too, and the open again behaviour is flaky in Chrome as well - the label switches to say "See More on Github" but the instructions still tell you that's the toggle button, and the link to "Open it again" (which actually toggles) is covered by the overlay but still active.

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Or 19

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And Chrome Version 23.0.1271.95

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Cool! Anyone know of any open source JSON REST APIs built on Rails?

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I just noticed one of the first apps listed, Gitlab has a json API implementation using the Grape gem, which looks very clean.

https://github.com/gitlabhq/gitlabhq (check out lib/api.rb and lib/api/*)

Maybe there's someone who can tell us about their experience with Grape.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I've looked into Mono+Linux as a solution but I (unfortunately) need the server to host an Umbraco CMS instance which apparently doesn't work well with Mono.

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That's unfortunate, but I understand. If you go to Microsoft's developer page they have a good list of potential Hosts that you can use. I'm sure if Microsoft advertises for them then they are a good choice.

There is also Amazon, http://aws.amazon.com/windows/.

I found this on the internet, http://kevinfitzgerald.net/articles/umbraco-and-mono.htm and I am sure you have seen it too. Mono's beta 3.0 release looks promising, once it hits stable there is a good chance Umbraco will be less painful to use.

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Email is in profile if you're interested.

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9:11 AM PST - 8GB sold out.

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I've been looking into switching from Sprint to prepaid since our contract is up. From the looks of it, Straight Talk has the best coverage for the price. Anyone recommend other MVNOs over ST?

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I was actually looking into this a day ago and stumbled upon this .gitignore file: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/49478/git-ignore-file-for...

Similar for the most part, what do you guys think?

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Can I still get it for $25?

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