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"Webydo is a community led cloud platform for web designers, with over 81,000 designers worldwide. Webydo’s sophisticated cloud software allows professional designers to create and manage responsive pixel-perfect business websites without writing code."

Webydo is a revolutionary web design cloud software that brings stunning freshness, addictive ease of use and astounding feature rich design to the entire process of website creation and renders present web design players archaic. Webydo is transforming web design, serving a set in its way industry with a long overdue wake up call. 

With Webydo designers can create professional pixel perfect websites for their clients without writing code. Designers can therefore focus on the creative side, while Webydo’s code generator automatically converts their graphic design into HTML code updated to the latest industry standards, cross-platform and optimized for search engines and with a built-in content management system (CMS) for their clients. 

Webydo provides a sophisticated technology. But the work flow is very intuitive using familiar graphic design features found in other professional design studios such as ‘Adobe Photoshop’ or ‘Indesign’. This is the reason why Webydo’s online software is so simple to use. Webydo was made for designers. If you know how to Photoshop, you’ll know how to Webydo your sites.

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Edit a file from Terminal on Mac OS

Dunno why I can’t find this out on Google but here’s what I needed to edit a file in my Terminal:

vi filename
i to edit it
ctrl c to stop edit mode
ZZ to save and exit


Personal Values

Today the company I work sent out a list of 10 values we the employees are voting on to choose the top 5. It’s a good list, with some unique items like Continuous Improvement, Curiosity and Autonomy along with a few oldies like Trust and Communication. I would have included Empathy and Authenticity.

But the list doesn’t feel right. Values are not mere words. Values are concepts, maybe ideals or dreams. They’re bold. They’re intangible and not just individual qualities or skills. They’re the end-game of good qualities that takes some skill to get there. They take qualities like Accountability and Fun and Courage, infuse them with purpose and turn them into a way of life, who you are. Individual value statements should stand on on their own as easily as they work together.

So this got me to thinking about my personal values. They’ve changed as I’ve gained life experience, and I still need to realize some of them, but I’ve never written them down. So here they are:

  1. I try in all things I endeavor to do to become better than I am.
  2. I hold true to my authentic self with confidence.
  3. I keep to myself unless it is unethical not to intervene.
  4. I live in the present but am mindful of the future.
  5. I surround myself with positive, uplifting influences that can help me realize my goals and dreams and stay true to my authentic self.
  6. I work to practice patience and calm.

The last one is certainly a daily challenge, but luckily I have a little dog who apparently was put on this earth to help me with just that. The others are a combination of past difficult experiences, good parenting and a strong belief that I alone am tasked with making things happen in my life. And that’s how it is with values. You can’t just say you have them. They have to be part of you.



ID Neon

Reblogged from Inspire my Web

I love the San Jose State spartan logo