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review 2017-07-07 19:28
Get Coding!: Learn HTML, CSS & JavaScrip... Get Coding!: Learn HTML, CSS & JavaScript & Build a Website, App & Game - Young Rewired State

For any computer wiz kid or inspiring to be, this book is a great addition to their library. Simplified information that it can almost be considered a dummy guide for adults as well, lol. A number of hands on projects that help to reinforce what they've learned and just over all a lot of fun to read through.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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text 2014-09-04 22:21
New Release: Cruise of the CSS Pocahontas by Don Callander
Cruise of the CSS Pocahontas - Don Callander

Buy now from Mundania Press!


Richmond 1865: It is the last few days of the civil war, and Admiral Rafe Semmes of the Confederate Navy awaits orders on the CSS Virginia 2 on the James River. Rumors fly that the Yanks are winning at Five Forks on the Petersburg line; next stop Richmond.


With President Davis waiting until the last minute to leave Richmond, Rafe Semmes takes four of his wounded men to Chimbarozo Hospital, a few minutes’ walk east of downtown Richmond.


There he meets the formidable head matron, Phoebe Yates Pember. She has been managing the wounded as best she can with limited supplies. When the order comes for them to evacuate she sends those men who are able away, but decides to stay with the last few dangerously ill men.


In the tail end of the civil war Rafe and Phoebe unexpectedly find love and a reason to look forward to a life beyond the end of the war.


This sweeping tale tells of the stories of good men and women, Yanks and Confederates, during those few fraught days in 1865, and the aftermath for Rafe Semmes and Phoebe Pember.

Source: mundania.com/book.php?title=Cruise+of+the+CSS+Pocahontas
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text 2014-06-15 05:12
[Masterpost] Customizing BookLikes

There are quite a few tutorials on how to change the layout of your BookLikes blog. I figured it's good to have them all in one post, and I'd like to thank all who put a lot of work into making them so others can enjoy BookLikes. 


Let's start with the customization blogs posted by BookLikes: 




Tutorials made by BookLikers for BookLikers: 





Note: All links open in a new window and take you to the original posts and their creators. Leave comments, likes and reblog the hell out of them so others can see it too :) 


Source: j4n3m3.booklikes.com/post/351682/-masterpost-customizing-booklikes
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text 2014-01-07 18:42
Custom Colours

After picking apart the Notebook theme files... I've managed to come up with a decent looking theme that has the option to change some of the default colours. It isn't 100% customisable, there are some colour combinations that might not look that great because when trying to consolidate every CSS variable... some trickiness comes into play.


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text 2013-11-03 20:42
Tips & Other FYI
Note:  First post w/ some actual quick tips.  This page will be updated from time to time as I learn about new features, functions & shortcuts (see link on my blog’s home page).


Being a low-tech person living in a high-tech world, I generally resort to the KISS principle.  So this page will have nominal info & explanations.  Instead, it will be more along the lines of “if you want to do X, then do Y”—quick tips based on my trials & errors after reading some of the awesome BL tutorials (see link @ end of post) and then waving the white flag & calling my IT buddy.  ^ᴗ^

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Source: karmabites.booklikes.com/post/632201/fyi-other-tidbits
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