Logo

You probably saw on the 2016 post that I posted a special new logo. That’s right, the logo is back. Ever since I switched to Twenty Fifteen, I stopped using a logo, because I didn’t really want to rewrite the theme the way I did with Twenty Fourteen. Well, I’ve rewritten the right parts of Twenty Sixteen and come up with a new logo, so we’re going back to that. I really think the new logo looks cool (and the logo from the 2016 post was an early markup of it), so I went ahead and made the final version and as a vector this time! I’ve also implemented a cool floating header bar that will appear if you scroll down enough to make the native header bar invisible. These new changes look really slick, and I’m happy with the present working condition of the site! For now, the 2016 special logo will stay on the site for a few more days, then I’ll switch it over to the new standard logo. I’ll also put the new logo as an attatchment to this post so you can see it in all it’s infinitely scalable vector glory.

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2016

Welcome to 2016. 2015 was an interesting year. Overall, I’m satisfied with the year, looking back on it. But this isn’t about 2015, this is about 2016. Here’s to an even better 2016! \o/

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Twenty Sixteen

When I saw the mockups for the new WordPress default theme Twenty Sixteen, I was less than impressed, but then I decided I would give it a shot when I actually upgraded to the latest version of WordPress. Hey, it’s pretty nice. So now it’s what I’m using around here. That’s all. Have a nice day. 😛

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I lied.

Last week, I said, “Don’t get me wrong, I’m fine with the fact that she’s all reformed and whatever now,” referring to Starlight Glimmer and the outcome of the season finale. Well, I lied. I’m not fine with it. They should have blasted her ass to the moon.

GalliumOS Beta 1 Released

For quite a while now, I’ve been working on the GalliumOS project. It’s an operating system (specifically a Linux distribution) that is designed to work especially well on Chromebooks, -boxes, and -bases. So well in fact that in some areas it’s even better then ChromeOS. It contains a ton of secret sauce that makes it work perfectly on those devices with no extra hastle. We’re trying to make it easy and user friendly to run Linux on Chromebooks. Continue reading “GalliumOS Beta 1 Released”