That might be my best picture so far. I like it.
I have a very old script at work that started working very slow:
create table @promotions(CouponID int, SourceCode varchar(50) , CellCode varchar(50) , IsActive bit, RootCouponID int); INSERT INTO @promotions SELECT Something FROM Somewhere Here is a big select query that uses @promotions
There is a beautiful waterfall in Quebec City. It is not as big as Niagara Fall but it is very beautiful and you can see from any angle.
Today I want to share with you two HDR pictures of catholic and orthodox churches.
HDR picture of Quebec City I made in Quebec two weeks ago. It is a very beautiful city.
I like beautiful graffiti pictures and I’ve seen some very nice jobs on Queen St (Toronto). But these two walls I saw in Quebec City downtown are just incredible.
A very old Bill Gates' ads:
Yesterday I found a quite interesting quote in TNW magazine #0.3:
We noticed that sometimes readers seem confused. Is this page element a button or not? Is there more when I scroll down or am I at the end of the page? Sometimes this can be frustrating and we all wish for some clarity. Maybe even some rules or guidelines. Or maybe we should make it all simpler and strip away all the elements that aren't needed yet?
There are rules and guidelines - design and usability should be clear and easy to use without any additional rules and guidelines. It doesn't mean we need to strip away all elements that aren't needed. It is highly possible they need to add more elements to show where the user is or just change existing ones to be more informative.
Gelinlik düğün için en önemli parçasıdır elbise modelleri