Tear theme improvement

Slowly, but growing In my free time, I design and develop Tear Theme. It’s a theme to customize the aspect of Linux distributions which use Unity (so it’s Ubuntu!) or Gnome (many others) desktop environment. Tear Theme is a small experimental theme (still and ever in beta!) for the Linux desktop platform. However, when I started to create Tear Theme[…]

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Disqus comments for Jekyll

Enable Disqus comments on the blog I wanted to enable Disqus comments on the blog, but only on the post pages. So, to do that, I modified the file _layouts/post.html to include, after the post code, the line: {% include comments.html %} To enable Disqus comments, I have created a file _includes/comments.html that includes the universal code founded on my[…]

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Time for changes

New home. Still under development For several years, I wrote some blogs in italian(my native language). Now, I decided to embrace a new challenge: to write in English. I decided to write in English because it’s the language of technology, of future and, maybe, of the Europe. Also I’m really not fully comfortable with it, so writing English could help[…]

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Why Jekyll?

Plain text into websites For several years, I listened my geek contacts on social networks talking about this fantomatic Jekyll. A new way to publish your blog, especially if you use GitHub. Fast, fast, fast Jekyll normally requires some technical knowledge to use it and not has a graphic interface. Far away from WordPress, Drupal and company. If you want[…]

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How to make more

Requirements are not easy to obtain Fix ideas, store concepts, theories and expressions. Print the key formulas of a scientific discipline in the memory. Perform exercises and perform tests. A proper study methodology can provide adequate support to the understanding of the subject. All of this takes time, energy and peace of mind: all the requirements are not easy to[…]

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