I’ve been lucky enough to have just finished two weeks working with the BBC Knowledge & Learning web developers as part of my attempt to change career from an editorial role to a more technically minded one. It also happens to be Computer Science Education Week, so I wanted to share some of my thoughts on what’s been happening, as well as really useful advice I’ve been given.
It should not surprise anyone who knows me that I am a huge fan of the Disney parks. I’ve been fortunate to visit Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea several times, and if you’re looking for a unique, obsessively-detailed and remarkably-themed park, then DisneySea is the one for you. It is truly stunning, with incredible attention to detail and an excellent selection of rides.
I originally wrote this guide for someone on Something Awful, and I enjoyed writing it so much I thought it would be a good idea to share with the world at large. Just one note – the last time I visited was in 2011, so some of the information here may now be out of date. But if you are thinking of visiting, I hope this guide gives you a good idea of what to expect!
It’s been a while since I last updated Sblorgh.org. With the new design comes a new backend, from Movable Type to WordPress, and from XHTML to HTML5 and CSS3. I also used Sass for the first time, and it’s certainly made maintaining the CSS easier. I’ll also continually be making tweaks to the design as needs arise. In case you were looking for all my old blog posts in Italian, you can find them in the oubliette although really, there’s not much there worth salvaging. Honest.