What is Responsive Design?

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Almost everybody working with websites in some way should have heard about responsive design, also called RWD. The site you’re looking at now is using responsive design, meaning that if you look at it in your iPhone, iPad or other digital device, it will adapt its design to the device and provide an optimised viewing experience. The importance of responsive design is increasing every day since more and more people browse the Internet using other gadgets than their desktop or laptop computers.

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So what’s that Kindle thing?

Okay, this is a disclaimer that this post is all about me selling the Kindle. If you’re not at all interested in e-books or e-readers, please read some other post 🙂

You’ve heard about it, you’ve read about it and you’ve probably wondered “is this thing for me?” – it’s the Amazon Kindle and it’s an absolutely revolutionary way of reading books. This is something you can get into even if you’re a print-book nostalgic like myself, much thanks to the E-ink screen that lets you read in broad daylight (much unlike the glare-prone iPad for example, although I still think the iPad is a pretty amazing product in its own right).

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Everyone can read an Amazon Kindle book

You’ve heard about it, you’ve read about it – it’s the Amazon Kindle and it’s an absolutely revolutionary way of reading books. This is something you can get into even if you’re a print-book nostalgic like myself, much thanks to the E-ink screen that lets you read in broad daylight, much unlike the glare-prone iPad for example (I still think the iPad is a pretty amazing product in its own right though).

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Wine tasting at Marsovin

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Thanks to Bea being pregnant I got her place in yesterday’s wine tasting at Marsovin. Marcus and I ended up trying pretty much all their red wines and playing plenty of Four in a row, chess, and scrabble on Marcus iPad. The wine cellar at Marsovin is a nice setting for drinking though and you can book your own cellar tour at their website.

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