first_img…for a fait accompliPresident Granger be contemptuous of the collective intelligence of the Guyanese people – at least the ones who aren’t blinded by rabid PNC partisanship. On Tuesday, he sent off a missive to his unilaterally appointed head of GECOM, James Patterson, asking him to begin preparations for General and Regional Elections (GRE). Even though he was responding to Patterson’s previous communication about GECOM not having “the capability to deliver credible GRE within the timeframe commencing 12-21-18” – that is the date of the No-confidence Motion – Granger didn’t set a date for the said elections, which is his constitutional RESPONSIBILITY!!So here he is – once again kicking the Constitution into the dust, by allowing the tail to wag the dog – having GECOM set the elections date when it feels like!! Granger’s fig leaf, of course, is to go along with Patterson’s claim there isn’t “enough time”, and financing’s also necessary. Heck, GECOM was always supposed to be ready in three months – by the Constitution!! And GECOM was already provided with $3 billion for voters’ registration, which can be legally used for the GRE.The reason, of course, as obvious as the smirk on Patterson’s face: he and Granger dilly-dallied since December 21 to ensure the old list, which is VALID till April 30, will become obsolete! Any new voter’s registration exercise, they hope, will add another six months to the life of PNC-led Government! But Granger and Patterson are a tad too smart for their own good!!From Patterson’s missive to Granger – as cited by Granger – GECOM recognised that the three-month period for holding elections after the NCM, started ticking since 12-21-18. Immediately, the President and Cabinet were supposed to’ve resigned – their self-described “plenary” or “caucus” confirmed that! A new Government has to be sworn in after GRE held in three months – March 19, 2019!! After that day, the President, Cabinet and Government are dead, kaput, finished!! They have no legitimate power.If they try to remain in office, no arm of the State – much less the people – are obligated to listen to them. And to stave this off, on behalf of Granger who’d to jet off to Cuba for more chemotherapy, Harmon wrote to Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo requesting a meeting with the President on March 6!! That is, two weeks before his Government is axed!!What he’s looking for is a lifeline from the Opposition Leader – since any extension of his Government’s life past March 19 is dependent on votes from the PPP to deliver a constitutionally mandated 2/3 majority vote in the National Assembly.Jagdeo should remind them of the legal doctrine that a person should not benefit from his own wrong!!What goes around, comes around!!…or don’t care??The problem with justice is, ultimately, it depends on some entity having the power to inflict punishment on the wrong doer. Before that happens, of course, one has to agree on who’ll decide on who’s the “wrong doer”. And we come to the stand-off between the Government, RUSAL, the bauxite workers and the bauxite union.Who decides whether RUSAL’s the wrongdoer? The Government? But the Government’s an interested party being party to an agreement with RUSAL. And even more “interested” about the votes of bauxite workers who deliver three seats from Region 10!! Can the Government compel rehiring when RUSAL says the union’s irrelevant because of its flawed “labour” recognition certificate – and their contract with the workers says, no walking off the job!?! Who decides??And if RUSAL decides it’ll walk because Guinea’s bauxite is easier to mine (no humungous overburden!) and workers are more “cooperative”, what can the Guyana Government do??Then there’s the Government’s signalling oil operators they’ll support workers downing tools willy nilly?Who decides what’s best for all Guyana??…by the paladinResponding to a scathing SN editorial, “Democracy at risk” – on the PNC’s post-NCM manoeuvres, Granger’s handpicked GECOM Chairman James Patterson declared “This Chairman is a PALADIN for no one”!Really? He’s not a Government servant!!last_img read more

Fire engulfs hotel under construction

first_imgSAN DIEGO – A massive fire destroyed a four-story hotel under construction in the northern part of the city Tuesday, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people from nearby buildings. No one was injured in the three-alarm fire, which broke out at the 80-room Hilton Garden Inn around 1:45 a.m., according to Maurice Luque, a spokesman for the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department. The hotel was completely engulfed in flames by the time fire crews arrived, Luque said. Three rooms in an adjacent Homeward Suites hotel also caught fire. Luque said 189 guests and six workers were evacuated from the 120-room facility. Another 200 people were evacuated from a nearby apartment complex, Luque said. Some of those apartments sustained damage from the heat. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! – Associated Press last_img read more

Cemetery is open-air sculpture garden

first_imgBARRE, Vt. – For almost 70 years, a grieving wife has been staring into the eyes of her dying husband. Not far away, a couple sits together in bed, holding hands. A labor activist prepares to stand to rouse a crowd. A bored angel, chin resting in her hand, seems to watch people go by. In Hope Cemetery, gravestones are more than simple markers. They are stock cars and soccer balls, airplanes and chairs, giant letters and broken flowers symbolizing lives lost. This is more than a final resting place for the dead. It’s an art exhibit for the living, where granite industry artisans showcase their talent in memorials so dramatic that the city offers guided tours. “That’s the thing with the cemetery, there are so many of these stones that qualify not just as memorials, but as sculptures, and that’s why I kind of think of this as a huge outdoor museum,” said Shelley Ibey, who works for the Barre cemetery department. For more than a century, sculptors who came to Barre to carve the gray granite buried under the surrounding hills have channeled their talents into creations that commemorate their friends, relatives, customers and – sometimes – themselves. But an increasing reliance on cremation is reducing demand for cemetery lots and traditional headstones, and it’s getting harder and harder for the city of Barre to meet the expenses of maintaining the 65-acre Hope Cemetery and two other cemeteries in the city. Two years ago, as a way to raise extra money, Ibey started giving tours of the cemetery. Sometimes, she takes people through on buses. On occasion, she walks smaller groups through, offering an oral history of the granite industry, the last century and the lives of the people interred here. The cemetery is still selling lots and, with only a few basic rules, people can have whatever they want erected above their final resting place. The monuments have to be Barre gray granite, no photographs can be etched onto the stones and the monuments have to fit the plot. Photographs can’t be etched because they fade. But images can be sand blasted or carved into stone, and they frequently are. For carvers, Hope Cemetery jobs are a chance to show off. “Everybody gets excited when you get something that’s not a cookie-cutter design,” said Judee Chatot, president of North Barre Granite. “The only limitation that I have, or that a consumer has, is a consumer’s imagination. We’ll always find a way to do anything anybody wants.” Hope Cemetery also serves as a showroom. About 75 percent of the monuments are designed by the people who will one day rest beneath them, Ibey said. “It’s one thing to show a picture of something, but to be able to actually show what this is going to look like when it’s all put together is definitely a huge boon for the different sheds,” or buildings where the granite is carved, Ibey said. One of the most famous monuments is of a dying Louis Brusa, a local sculptor who succumbed in 1937 to silicosis, caused by granite dust he inhaled. Before his death, he pushed for requirements that granite sheds install a ventilation system to cut down on the dust. A year before he died at age 51, he succeeded. In secret, Brusa carved the monument that shows his concerned wife holding him as his lungs fail. “No one had seen it until after he died,” Ibey said. “It’s a memorial to him, certainly, but I think his intent was also that it would be a memorial to all the granite sculptors and the incredible talent that was lost at such young ages.” Nearby is the monument to Elia Corti, a socialist labor activist gunned down in a Barre union hall in 1903. The life-size monument makes it appear that Corti is emerging from a solid block of granite – a style called “rock pitch” – the tools of a sculptor’s trade piled at his feet among palm fronds and roses. “It looks just like him. I’ve seen pictures of him,” Ibey said. “I can only imagine the talent and the ability to be able to do this.” Hope Cemetery is for both the rich and poor. Basic headstones cost about $2,000. More elaborate ones are in the $20,000 to $30,000 range, Ibey said. Tucked at the back of the cemetery is an angel, carved in the 1920s, in an uncelestial pose: Her legs crossed, she leans forward, one arm resting on her thigh, her trumpet akilter in her lap. Some say she looks bored; others call her the “thinking angel.” Ibey says she has her own personality. “One of the guys who works here insists her expression changes as he drives back and forth on his mower.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Lodi dad to face 2nd trial in terror case

first_imgSACRAMENTO – Federal prosecutors will retry a Lodi man on charges that he lied to the FBI about his son’s attendance at a terrorist training camp. The first trial of Umer Hayat, a 48-year-old ice cream vendor, ended last month in a mistrial after the jury said it was deadlocked. His son, Hamid Hayat, was convicted the same day of supporting terrorism by attending an al-Qaida training camp in Pakistan and lying to the FBI.“This case is simply too serious to walk away after one hung jury,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Larry Brown said Friday outside the courthouse.Prosecutors interviewed jurors in the first trial, who were split 7-5 and 6-6 on two separate charges that Umer Hayat lied to the FBI, Brown said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals“There was not a lot of dispute about whether or not Umer Hayat lied to the FBI. Still, there were some jurors who looked down upon the investigative techniques that were used by agents – things they did do and didn’t do.”During the nine-week trial, jurors heard separate videotaped confessions both Hayats made to FBI agents. The defense lawyers said their clients gave the confessions after they were worn down by hours of questioning and were merely responding to leading questions by agents.A separate jury convicted Hayat’s son Hamid, 23, of one count of supporting terrorists by attending the camp in 2003 and three counts of lying about it to the FBI.U.S. District Court Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr. set June 5 for the selection of a new jury. If convicted of the charges, Umer Hayat would face up to 16 years in prison.last_img read more

Transfer ALERT! Tottenham to battle Juventus in race for ex-Liverpool starlet

first_img AC Milan attacker Suso has been in fine form since leaving Liverpool 1 Juventus are ready to rival Tottenham for former Liverpool playmaker Suso.The 23-year-old is currently plying his trade for AC Milan and he has rejuvenated his career after a difficult spell at Anfield.The Spaniard was deemed surplus to requirements by former Reds boss Brendan Rodgers, but since moving to the San Siro in 2015 he has found his best form.Suso has bagged six goals in Serie A this season, while he has also weighed in with seven assists so far.The playmaker’s form has attracted the interest of Tottenham, who have been linked with a summer swoop for the former Spain under-21 international.But, according to reports in Italy, Spurs will have to fend off interest from Juventus if they want to sign Suso.The Italian champions are in the market for an attacking midfielder, who can operate out wide and through the middle, and they have earmarked Suso as an ideal signing.last_img read more

More fire danger up ahead

first_imgFighting the blaze from high above proved most effective, as flames burned down steep terrain and destroyed miles of tinder-dry chaparral and brush that hadn’t burned in more than 100 years, officials said. “We used 18 helicopters and 12 air tankers and it was quite an air show,” said Mike Catron, an independent contractor who pilots firefighting aircraft. “From our standpoint, the fire air cranes, the Sikorskys and heavy air tankers are hard to beat.” Fire officials are also bracing for the possibility of a heavy El Niño season – which could bring heavy rains and mudslides to area hills left barren by the Topanga Fire of 2005. “Our scientists are saying (El Niño’s) forming,” said Bill Hoffer, spokesman for the National Weather Service office in Oxnard. “There’s definitely going to be something. We just don’t know which way it’s going to go.” The phenomenon, a combination of water warming in the tropical Pacific and the movement of high-level winds, is blamed for massive flooding and landslides in Southern California. Freeman said landslides along the 24,000 acres that burned in the Topanga Fire are a concern. “There is always the chance of it if we get heavy rains,” he said. “But we’ll be more concerned about that area at the tail end of fire season.” In 1997 and 1998, El Niño caused devastating floods in California, dumping 31.01 inches of rain in downtown Los Angeles and set records in Chatsworth (44.19 inches), Simi Valley (40.05 inches) and Northridge (36.10 inches). (818) 713-3664 DAY FIRE AT A GLANCE Started: Sept. 4, Labor Day Acres burned: 162,707 Cost of containment: $70 million Personnel battling blaze: 4,000160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A monthlong ground and aerial assault on the massive Day Fire north of Los Angeles neared an end Monday and authorities warned of the high danger that could lie ahead. Two newly leased SuperScoopers were deployed Monday to a tiny grass fire in Santa Clarita just hours after the Canadian CL-415 air tankers were unveiled to the media as part of the official start to Southern California’s fire season. The mini, international firefighting fleet – including a Canadian Bell 412 helicopter, a Russian Sikorsky S-70 Firehawk helicopter and a U.S.-Canadian Erickson Air-Crane helicopter – shone Monday on the tarmac at Van Nuys Airport. Los Angeles city and county officials say the aircraft are among the best tools to battle the seasonal, Santa Ana wind-driven brush fires. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESurfer attacked by shark near Channel Islands calls rescue a ‘Christmas miracle’“They call the Santa Anas the `devil winds,’ because to us they are the devil,” said Los Angeles County Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman. “These are wonderful tools we have, but we’ve had fires where even when all those tools are available, we still can’t get a fire back far enough.” Pilots from Quebec will man the SuperScoopers, which carry 1,600 tons of water. This year is predicted to be an average fire season, Freeman said, with hot, dry Santa Ana winds expected to blow through crisp, tinder-dry brush that grew lush in an early spring, but brittle after record-breaking summer heat. The Day Fire offered proof as to the devastation a wind-driven blaze can cause in Southern California. The fire has scorched 250 square miles of brush – an area larger than the San Fernando Valley – in the Los Padres National Forest. It has so far cost about $72 million to contain. last_img

Morton boss’ Scottish Cup change call after ’embarrassing’ draw error

first_imgAfter starting again, Duffy’s side were drawn to face favourites Celtic in Glasgow. Now the Ton boss wants to see a change to avoid any further confusion.He told STV: “I think it’s simple, change it to numbers that correlate to teams – like they do in the FA Cup down south. “Then there’ll be no mishaps. When you twist these balls, they can become difficult to open. It would be a lot easier with numbers.“When the draw was being made, it was the embarrassment of it all. It was live on the TV in front of a nation…. I had no idea it was Morton’s name that had come out of one of the balls.”SFA President Alan McRae calls the draw for the quarter-final of the William Hill Scottish Cup to a halt after a ball is found to be open SNS Greenock Morton boss Jim Duffy has called on the Scottish FA to mirror their English counterparts and adopt numbers on balls to avoid a repeat of the “embarrassing” mishap that halted this year’s quarter-final draw.Scottish FA president Alan McRae stopped proceedings after one of the plastic balls opened prematurely.Dundee United and Celtic had already been drawn to face each other in the last eight, with the winners of a replay between Dundee and Dumbarton being drawn at home for tie two before the error was made.Former Celtic player Lubomir Moravcik appeared to be responsible for the technical fault, with footage showing the ball containing Greenock Morton bursting open when he was stirring the balls in the pot. Morton ran out 1-0 winners when they last faced Celtic in the League Cup in September 2013 under Allan Moore.And Duffy is hoping he can inspire his side to a repeat, adding: “Obviously it’s the toughest draw. We are amongst the lowest ranked team and we are playing the highest ranked team.“It’s a fantastic tie for the club and the players. It should help the players that they have been to places like Ibrox and Easter Road this season before going to Celtic Park next month.”Ronny Deila’s men are fighting to secure a domestic double and Duffy believes they will go on to claim silverware this term.He said: “Celtic’s aspirations will be to win the double, they have squad full of talented players. A good time to play Celtic is when the league is won.“They are still top of the league. In the quarter-finals, they are still miles ahead of everyone else.“I think they’ll win the league, their squad strength will be too much for anyone else.”last_img read more

Legend Slater rules J-Bay again

first_img19 July 2008American surfing legend Kelly Slater added yet another chapter to his storied career by convincingly winning the 2008 Billabong Pro at Jeffreys Bay. The victory puts him in prime position to lay claim to an unprecedented ninth ASP World Title after his fourth win in five events this year.Unfazed by the difficult conditions created by the fresh onshore wind that chopped up the waves at Supertubes, Slater’s superior wave selection and decision-making on the waves he rode left reigning ASP world champion Mick Fanning still needing to improve both of his counting waves when the siren sounded to end the final.‘I was lucky’“I was lucky in the final; I got a wave under Mick’s priority that turned out to be my best score,” Slater said on the podium. “In conditions like that you need to go on anything that looks like you can get three manoeuvres in.”Slater earned $30 000 (approx R225 000) and 1 200 ratings points, giving him a lead of 1 268 points over second placed Joel Parkinson in the 2008 rankings.With six events still to be run, the Floridian has yet to be beaten by any of his World Tour opponents, having lost to a wildcard in the Billabong Pro Tahiti – the only event he didn’t win.Mandela sculptureSlater’s name went onto the Billabong Pro J-Bay trophy for a record fourth time and was presented with a sculptured bust of former South African President Nelson Mandela, chosen by the organisers to celebrate Madiba’s 90th birthday.“What an honour,” Slater exclaimed when presented with the trophy. “Happy birthday Madiba, you’ve been an inspiration to us all.”Despite feeling that he could have won the event, Fanning was gracious in defeat, congratulating Slater on his victory. He vowed to use his second place finish, and jump from seventh to fourth on the ratings, as a springboard to challenge for honours in the upcoming events.“I guess it’s not over ’til it’s over,” Fanning said of the 2008 world title race. “But it’s going to be like climbing Everest and he (Slater) is halfway up the hill.”Biggest wavesAfter three days of awesome conditions for the opening rounds of the 2008 Billabong Pro, the final day started out with the biggest waves of the event, giving the 12 remaining contenders the opportunity to perform their entire repertoire of manoeuvres on rides lasting more than 300 metres.Fanning and former world champions CJ Hobgood and Andy Irons were joined by defending event champion Taj Burrow in making it a clean sweep of the top eight seeds into the quarterfinals.In round four, Burrow eliminated Jordy Smith, the last South African left in the event, sending the Durbanite home with equal ninth place overall. Smith, in his rookie year on the ASP World Tour, jumped from 19th to 16th on the ratings.After a windless start, a north-east onshore breeze started ruffling the faces of the waves during the quarterfinals where current world number two Parkinson got the better of world number three Bede Durbidge. Slater overcame world number four Adriano de Souza, Fanning eliminated Hobgood, and Burrow stayed on track for a second successive victory by edging out Irons.SemifinalsBy the semifinals the wind had increased in velocity and, despite Parkinson starting out with the highest score of their match-up – an outstanding 9.17 out of 10 – Slater chipped away at the lead with rides of 8.0 and 7.0. When the Aussie failed to find anything better than a 5.0 for his second counting ride, Slater was into the final.The second semi went Fanning’s way thanks to an opening 7.67, followed by an excellent 9.17, while Burrow’s best two rides in the 30-minute encounter earned 6.0 and 5.83.Californian Taylor Knox was the recipient of the WTA prize of a custom handcrafted Nixon timepiece valued at US $10 000 for the highest heat tally of the event. He racked up 19.70 points out of a possible 20 in Round 1 action last Thursday, claiming the winner-takes-all award for near perfect rides of 9.90 and 9.80.SA’s nemesisTaj Burrow’s spectacular form throughout the event prevented three of the five South African contenders from posting a serious challenge in their home event. Burrow beat wildcard Rudy Palmboom Jr. in round one, eliminated Royden Bryson in round three, and Jordy Smith in round four.Travis Logie was a victim of Slater’s victory charge, bowing out in round three, while Ricky Basnett, who has yet to win a single heat in 2008, was sidelined by Jeremy Flores in round two.Billabong Pro Jeffreys BayFinal Kelly Slater (USA) 16.73 def Mick Fanning (AUS) 9.40 Semifinals SF1: Slater 15.00 def Joel Parkinson (AUS) 14.17SF2: Fanning 16.84 def Taj Burrow (AUS) 11.83 Quarterfinals QF1: Parkinson 17.74 def Bede Durbidge (AUS) 14.00QF2: Slater 15.17 def Adriano de Souza (BRA) 9.84QF3: Fanning 14.27 def C J Hobgood (USA) 9.60QF4: Burrow 13.57 def Andy Irons (HAW) 8.47 2008 ASP World Tour Ratings 1. Kelly Slater (USA), 52102. Joel Parkinson (AUS), 39483. Bede Durbidge (AUS), 37824. Mick Fanning (AUS), 37535. Taj Burrow (AUS), 36386. Adriano de Souza (BRA), 35407. C.J. Hobgood (USA), 34608. Andy Irons (HAW), 33389. Bobby Martinez (USA), 302810. Adrian Buchan (AUS), 2884 South Africans 16. Jordy Smith, 224534. Royden Bryson, 168039. Travis Logie, 149544. Ricky Basnett, 1125 SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

¡México Decide! – If Undocumented Immigrants Could Vote for the US President

first_imgThere are a lot of websites where you can share information and discussion about the forthcoming US Presidential election – but ¡México Decide! may be the most interesting one I’ve seen yet. Arguing that the US has huge influence in Mexican elections and that Mexican immigrants, both legal and illegal (undocumented), are fundamental to maintaining the US economy – ¡México Decide! concludes that all immigrants, legal and illegal, ought to have some say in the US Presidential election. The site provides a place for immigrants and others to share information and discussion on the candidates and their policies. It also includes profiles of Mexican immigrants who have lived and worked in the US for years but who are not yet documented citizens.¡México Decide! is the creation of artist Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga, whose previous work includes the video game Vagamundo: A Migrant’s Tale.This project was profiled today on the excellent blog We Make Money Not Art, where you’ll find several links to related resources, information and perspectives that could help keep you from making a fool of yourself saying something stupid in comments.Immigration is one of the key issues in US politics today, both on a policy level and as a metaphor for our larger relationship with history and the world we live in. I’d love to see more read/write type web projects engaging with these issues. marshall kirkpatrick 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img Tags:#Real World#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts last_img read more

Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist

first_img Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist Rachel Andrew 2019-08-08T15:00:59+02:00 2019-08-09T12:36:14+00:00We have edited and prepared the video from SmashingConf Toronto, and it is all now live for you to watch and learn from. To get a feel for the event, watch our compilation. We think that it really captures the atmosphere of a SmashingConf!Day OneThe Day One Collaborative Doc created by attendees is full of takeaways from the first day of the conference. You might find some of those notes helpful as you watch the video linked below. Speaker Name Talk Title Brad Frost “Let’s Build A Design System” (Video) Sarah Drasner “Let’s Write A Vue App From Scratch” (Video) Phil Hawksworth “JAMStack: Silly Name. Serious Stuff.” (Video) Jenny Shen “Build Bridges, Not Walls: Design For Users Across Cultures” (Video) Chris Gannon “Make It Move! Create A Web Animation From Scratch” (Video) Kristina Podnar “Help! I’m Your Ailing Website. The Digital Policy & Standards Rehab Hour” (Video) Steven Hoober “Authentic Digital Design By The Numbers” (Video)Day TwoCheck out the Day Two Collaborative Doc for more resources and thoughts shared by our attendees and speakers on the second day of the conference. Speaker Name Talk Title Phil Nash “Diving Into Service Workers, Live” (Video) Jules Forrest “For The Love Of The Grid” (Video) Dan Rose “Seeing The Pages For The Components” (Video) Diana Mounter “The Secret Lives of Color Systems” (Video)Some of the speakers shared additional resources, or GitHub repos to go with their talks. You can find all of the relevant links here.You can also find all of the video in the Vimeo showcase for SmashingConf Toronto 2019, and we have a lot of videos from previous events for you to explore.If you would like to be part of the SmashingConf fun next year, we already have tickets on sale for SmashingConf San Francisco 2020. The rest of this year’s events (New York and Freiburg) are already sold out! There are a few workshop-only tickets available for New York 2019, but be quick!Related Resources on SmashingMag:Looking Back At SmashingConf San Francisco 2019That Was SmashingConf Toronto 2019SmashingConf New York 2018: That’s What It Was LikeUser Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videos (il)From our sponsors: Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist Related postsInclusive Components: Book Reviews And Accessibility Resources13th December 2019Should Your Portfolio Site Be A PWA?12th December 2019Building A CSS Layout: Live Stream With Rachel Andrew10th December 2019Struggling To Get A Handle On Traffic Surges10th December 2019How To Design Profitable Sales Funnels On Mobile6th December 2019How To Build A Real-Time Multiplayer Virtual Reality Game (Part 2)5th December 2019 HomeWeb DesignNow Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto Playlist Posted on 9th August 2019Web Design FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Now Live: Your SmashingConf Toronto PlaylistYou are here:last_img read more