· Feb 14, 2017 at 12:59 pm
The debate over whether to use dashes or underscores to represent spaces in URLs is rather heated in the web development community, but not quite as extremely so as that of whether to use tabs or spaces when indenting code. So, what is better to substitute for spaces in URLs, dashes or underscores?
The simple answer is that, never mind what Google prefers, underscores are the right way to go. Why?
I’ve always refused the dash in URLs. Always will.
· Feb 14, 2017 at 11:28 am
And since it’s now been officially declared as Judas Priest Tuesday, here’s your tell-me-theres-no-other jam, also for this Valentine’s Day.
“We feel so close to heaven in this roaring heavy load. And then in sheer abandonment, we shatter and explode.” — 🤔
More 80s dancing, too.
#musicvideos #judaspriest #valentines
· Feb 13, 2017 at 12:34 pm
Our charmingly simple audio recording app Piezo was originally distributed in both the Mac App Store and via direct sales, but it has since left the App Store.
The restrictions and limitations of the Mac App Store ultimately led us to remove Piezo on February 12th, 2016. We’ve now been selling it exclusively via our site for a year.
Let’s look at another chart (shown above), this time showing our revenue for the four quarters before removing Piezo from the Mac App Store, and the four quarters since.
This result might seem counterintuitive. Piezo’s price remained the same, and unit sales went down, so how could we have earned more revenue? The key to understanding this is remembering the cost of being in Apple’s App Stores — 30% off the top of every sale. Despite making slightly fewer sales, we earned more money by avoiding paying that oversized commission to Apple.
I’ve went back and forth on whether or not to sell my products on sites like Amazon, eBay, and Etsy.
The main reason why I don’t is because I don’t want to pay them. I don’t sell as many units but I keep all the money.