Grand Junction

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February 2017

Markdown Block Formats

Layout & typography

A book cover looks great in the margin

book

Grand Junction – Text set in all caps gets converted to small-caps by default. This means that acronyms like BBC don’t stand out relative to the rest of the text. Acronyms even $ x^2 $ work with $ x f(x) = 2x^2 + 2/3 $ accents like ÀÊØ. A possessive acronym like CNN’s opinion works as well. What about the FCC! The so called (BBC). Also I automatically convert three the cost is $7 TEST! dots to an ellipsis… < Hello > there should have non-breaking spaces between the punctuation and the word…

$$x f(x) = 2x^2 + 2/3 x$$
$$f(x)=2x2 + 2/3$$

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  • my price is $19
  • your price $19

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Accents all work perfectly in Georgia. Al­brecht Dürer, François Truf­faut, Plácido Domingo should all render appropriately. Cause célèbre, piña co­lada, Göt­ter­däm­merung straße all work too. Links also are improved: note how the descenders get cleared from the underline stroke. Composing content for the web is complicated because the designer has no control over the dimensions of the screen on which the content will be viewed?

“Hanging quotes and smart quotes.” Blot will convert primes and basic quotes automaticallsy. All you have to do is type using primes (') and inch marks (") and “everything” looks lovely. “Better than a 65'6” whale." – Captain Ahab. “It’s my ‘#1’ choice!” – 12" Foam Finger from ‘93. You can put acronyms and quotes safely inside code blocks too:

i += 1
b += 2
c = i + b
if c == 3:
  foobar(abc)
  news = {"x": 1}

While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a text file so Google can index your posts easily. Does out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope?

I can also just hang stuff here and it lines up neatly!

Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope. Thank you Twitter and your emoji project. Also, I made the descenders on links more pretty – look how they don’t overlap with the underline. The emoji extractor ignores some unicode characters, like these ones.

Notes work on the right side too! This is a blockquote, useful for reminders. What about if it’s too big?

Does out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope.

How about vimeo embeds? While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a text file so Google can index your posts easily. Does out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope.

Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope. Thank you Twitter and your emoji project.

Also, I made the descenders on links more pretty – look how they don’t overlap with the underline. The emoji extractor ignores some unicode characters, like these ones.

Does out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope.

A list of possibility

  1. Are there “libraries” that do this and do this better?
  2. Is there a chance that response headers lie (about length, about content type)?
  3. Are there any other status in ‘03 codes I should care about? Should I bother with redirects?
  4. I think I read somewhere that binary encoding is going to be deprecated. What do I do then?
  5. How can I get this to work on windows?
  6. Any other ways you can make this script better?

Taken from the Bedroom Society, a collection of sheets.

I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts easily. Here is while I was in the mood for XML I added to each blog and file so Google can index your posts easily.

Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days,” was published in the Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design: Now in Production catalogue in 2011.

MFA galleries

His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days,” was published in the Walker Art Center’s Graphic Design: Now in Production catalogue in 2011.

How about a heading?

A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts.

Apple’s clothing line has a fucking massive caption and it should break onto multiple lines recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement.

Apple’s clothing line.

Apple’s clothing line.

What about other?

I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts easily.

I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed.

While I was in the mood for XML I added a file so Google can index your posts easily. Here is while I was in the mood for XML I added to each blog and file so Google can index your posts easily.

Apple’s clothing line.

Options

What about a long image

You can pass an options object to influence the type of color it produces. The options object accepts the following properties. Controls the hue of the generated color. You can pass a string representing a color name: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink and monochrome are currently supported.

To do

It might be a good idea to consider using other color models.

  • When returning an array of multiple colors, try to make each color as distinct as possible. Make sure each color is distinct to its neighbours.
  • Improve attractive dark color generation, currently they’re a touch murky.
  • Improve the color dictionary
    • definition of hue values and attractive luminosity bounds
    • think about how to store hue aliases (e.g. fuschia) or subranges (e.g teal)
    • think about making a little point and click tool for defining your own luminosity bounds and customizing the color dictionary
  • Think about using and returning seeds.
  • Think about adding feature to return complementary & contrasting colors, as well as color triads, tetrads etc. Other libraries might already do this better though.
  • Think about adding a scheme options which would return a dominant color, as well as secondary, tertiary color and primary and secondary text colors. This might be a bad idea.

While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a text file so Google can index your posts easily. Does ~~struck~~ out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope.

$$ f(x) = 2x + 10y $$

I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts easily.

Thank you Twitter and your emoji project. Also, I made the descenders on links more pretty – look how they don’t overlap with the underline. The emoji extractor ignores some unicode characters, like these ones.

Tables Alignment Cost
Zebra Right aligned $0
Elephant Centered $12
Crocodile This is neat $1

I want to use black for the body text but when I do the titles don’t have enough prominence. I want a proper input ideally for search, not something so stealthy. But how many people actually use search for blogs? It’s a fun thing to build.

I also check with YouTube to determine the video’s aspect ratio? I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts easily…

The cover of Ulysses

I just added RSS feeds to each blog. A link to your feed is in the footer of your blog. Here is my feed. While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a robots.txt file so Google can index your posts easily.

Thank you Twitter and your emoji project. Also, I made the descenders on links more pretty – look how they don’t overlap with the underline. The emoji extractor ignores some unicode characters, like these ones and the ones before those ones.

How about vimeo embeds? While I was in the mood for XML I added a site map to each blog and a text file so Google can index your posts easily. Does ~~struck~~ out text actually get struck out? Looks like it does. Hello is a designer and writer. Recent work has touched on a range of topics, including the relationship of movement and interaction, the history of visual identity and branding in the arts, and the future of the museum in the digital age. His essay on the rise of graphic design MFA programs, “School Days” was dope.