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I already see an uprising against the antiseptic conformity of Bootstrap 3 — as delivered — and it comes from the past. The great GeoCities was resurrected, if only in spirit, by DivShot, with their Geo for Bootstrap template. An April Fool’s joke (2013), it serves to remind us of less-simpler times, but times that were no… Read More »
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After surveying a number of NoSQL technologies, I’ve opted to back my project with Neo4j. It is a good fit with my world view, a world I see as a collection of amorphous objects connected by links with patterns often, as yet, undiscovered. In addition, I am a very visual thinker (and used to be… Read More »