Beer Bubbles CSS
Another random conversation led to this experiment . . . it’s animated CSS which is pretty cool but I can’t take any credit for it.
I found this example on Codepen and then mainly gutted it to make what you see below (also a minor experiment with flexbox).
See the Pen CSS Animated Beer Pour (Forked from CSS Beaker Pen) by Tom (@twwoodward) on CodePen.
I was just messing around a bit more with mashing up the YouTube API post from earlier with the Twitter post from earlier today. This Google Script will get the view count of a particular video (Gangnam Style) and send out the total views and the time elapsed watching the video (assuming I did the math right). It has no real purpose (other than the scale of the number amuses me) but it’s one of those things with concepts that I’ll be able to apply more usefully in the future. That’s a gut feeling but I’m pretty confident. Don’t forget to add the Twitter library as directed here.in the Apps Script project, include the library MKvHYYdYA4G5JJHj7hxIcoh8V4oX7X1M_ with the identifier set to Twitter
Given a different type of planning I’d have started with Alan’s Daily Create Theme but that’s now how these particular stars aligned. Instead I had a course site that was mostly built and had been polished in a variety of theme specific ways when the daily create idea came up. I didn’t really want to mess with switching themes etc. as time is getting short. Plus there was probably more than a bit of curiosity if I could stitch 80% of the functionality together via non-programmistan means. I turned to a few of my old standbys to get this done. The theme remains Flat Bootstrap. The plugins pulling the majority of the weight are- Feed WordPress– pulls in the student blogs, Flickr images, and possibly Twitter via this Gravity Forms– lets the site admins create daily create prompts in a structured way without needing to know exactly what they’re doing Display posts shortcode– lets us easily embed the participant submissions with the prompt Simply Exclude– will allow us to include/exclude categories from specific pages. In this case I just wanted to keep the Flickr generated daily create elements from cluttering up the main bloggregate page. I’m ok with showing blog submissions here even if they are daily creates. On the looks side, I’m using Jetpack to do the custom CSS […]
Like the music post a while back, I’m not going to attempt to tie this to education in any way. I’ll start this off with a caveat similar to my posts on programming . . . I’m just a guy trying to do stuff. Almost all of it is on the very edge of, perhaps a bit beyond, my competency levels. It is not unlikely that I will either say something that’s a bad idea or document something poorly. You have been warned. To set the stage, I have four kids. We have three bedrooms so the youngest two share a room. It’s not a huge room so bunk beds have been a topic of conversation for a while. I decided I’d talked enough over Winter Break and decided to make them. I have little woodworking experience. To the point that I’m not even sure if people call this woodworking. Carpentry maybe? I’m probably doing something like calling heating up pre-made cookie dough baking . . . Full disclosure, I have a table sawI bent the metal legs and had to remove them. This speaks volumes about my experience level. and a circular saw. I put in hardwood floors in our first house. I used floor glue instead of nails.Glue was a terrible, terrible mistake. I built a gate for […]