Now I got into trouble because of better parser. Just updated a parser library and it started to handle namespaces better then it did before so readers that use <content:encoded> when it exists are not showing “share” buttons anymore…
Will fix from home today
Look like Alex Tew has no regrets about not mentioning my name next to animated image of MillionDollarHomePage history clearly “inspired” by my idea.
My last email in our discussion about this issue wasn’t returned and Alex’s blog is getting new updates clearly dropping this issue. I hope his brother Nick who I was communicating with is realising how unfair it is and how little I’m asking for (just my name next to the picture).
I don’t even know what to say except for “no good”.
What would you recommend me to do?
I had to add
DateTime::TimeZone::Alias->set( MSK => 'Europe/Moscow' );
to the code cause MSK is not recognized by DateTime::TimeZone module be dafault.
More stuff to research:
- list of timezones – http://www.worldtimezone.com/wtz-names/timezonenames.html
- list of available Perl modules: http://datetime.perl.org/?Modules
I spent some time yesterday on CSS/HTML for user’s feed and friends feed and came up with the good advice to software developers, especially web developers:
Do some design work as early as possible – first of all you’ll be able to show it to somebody and they will be able to judge it (nobody gets geeky ideas behind your product anyway) and second it’s great for your morale – design affects everybody and even someone who can see all details of your idea without even looking at the monitor (that’s you).
Now I need to CSS-size the rest of the pages.
I’ve decided to start blogging about Million Dollar Home Page idea and my site dedicated to it – Million Dollar Fan Club.
Main idea of this site was to help everybody including myself to analize the phenomenal power of Alex Tew’s idea.
I’ve tried to create some tools that shown the progress and performance of the site and now when sales stage is over it’s quite interesting to look at those graphs.