Residential areas called suburbs are built around cities’ borders. Likewise, industrial areas and offices where pushed even farther and are usually built in the middle of nowhere, since those lands are cheaper. The average family’s quality of life improved substantially (not much in these last years) and each family now owns a house and at least one car.
Everyone lives away from work and everyday there’s an exodus of people from home to work and back again. The total costs of commuting are huge and diverse (e.g. time, energy, quality of life, productivity, sustainability).
It turns out that black holes also die; they just take a LONG time. Like a billion times the age of the universe, multiplied by billions times. But while they are dying they do a curious thing.
Thanks to Google Analytics I can compare several metrics about my website before and after blogging. Here are my findings.
A download counter not only provides you useful metrics but also gives your visitors a hint about the most popular files.
Replace Bootstrap’s checkboxes and radio buttons by an elegant switch… a Bootstrap Switch.
Does Ubuntu hate me or is it really getting worse?