Around a hundred years later, people came up with an electric lamp. Nobody tried to make it look like an oil lamp. Why, if electricity was in place already?
After another hundred years, the LED was invented! And now, everyone is trying to design it to look like an oil lamp. Why? Make something new. It doesn't mean it should look bad; you can put some flower ornaments on it since it will always be trendy. But why try to make it look like something from the past? Because it's simpler, someone already did that, so there is no struggle. Copy and paste. Nothing wrong except it means living in the past.
Inventing something new is tough. But it means living in the future. It is challenging, yes. But also exciting!
Let's look at ElevatedX CMS and try to find out how to improve website performance running by this powerful content management system.
Since today all the stories about development progress, new ideas in our scope, plans and related technical information will be published as short reports. More prominent articles will stay around, but those will be placed alongside, so those two things don't mix.
The conventional concept of the target audience was invented by marketologists to justify budgets in front of their superiors. In other words, it's bullshit — there is no such thing as a target audience.
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I'm sure you have read about the importance of backing up your data a thousand times already. I am not going to say that I didn't.
Have you ever heard about new job title terms such as UI or UX professionals? No? Meanwhile, these particular words (alongside many other warlock spells) are so widespread in resumes...
Curiously that so many people, especially poets and sculptors, chant the keystone as a unique element of an arch. Reality is a bit different, though, since all the stones in an arch are keystones — they have the identical function and carry the equivalent load.
A long time ago, people used oil lamps to illuminate the streets. Nobody ever tried to style those to look like a cave torch. It was a cast-iron pillar with an oil burner on top. They decorated it with an ornament because it looked better that way, but that was everything they ever did.
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