No! Say it isn’t so, Google. Google will be shutting down Google Reader on July 1st. You can read Google’s official announcement post here. I’m saddened by this news as I’ve been using Google Reader for a while now and it is my main source to keep all of the sites I want to stay up-to-date with in one place and now I will have to find another RSS reader.
Remember that the checkbox’s “class” have to all be the same for those checkboxes that you want to check with the function. In this example the class is “checkboxClass”.
I posted previously about adding terms and privacy legal notices on your web site, with information from Smashing Magazine‘s email newsletter. Today, I’m posting about a good blog post by none other than Smashing Magazine, where they broke out a list of legal documents/contracts that web designers (and just about anyone who works with anything web-related) should be using and made the documents downloadable for free. Make sure you check out the Useful Legal Documents For Designers (PDF/DOC) blog post right now and download those documents.
To create a basic terms of service, use TermsFeed.com‘s service here.
Yup, hello everyone! This is the first post on my tech and life blog here at BostonianAdam.com. I have an old blog over at Blogger that I’ve had for years, where I’ve posted about anything I’m interested in, but I haven’t used it in quite some time. With this blog, I’m hoping to use it for posting about web development, tech-related news, interesting resources around the web, tips, questions/thoughts, things I’ve learned, and about life.