Yesterday I installed new Linux Mint with Gnome 3 user interface and Mint extensions.
For now it really feels like Gnome 2 UI. There are differences of course, but they really make Gnome Shell more friendly!
I have some problems, one of them is still not fixed, I even don't know how to search for a fix.
After creation of USB drive i have error after boot:
"vesamenu.c32: not a COM32R image"
1: hit TAB button
2: type "Live" in console
Then I find impossible to install Chrome in Linux Mint 12:
1: Install Chromium
2: Install Chrome
It looks like new Mint doesn't have something important that Chrome needs, fortunately Chromium installs it, and this is enough for me to now that now it just works :)
Last problem is probably caused by video drivers. I use two monitors, on Laptop and second attached to VGA port.
This is strange but after blocking screen I have problem with the screen in Laptop. It fills with gray noise and is unusable :/
This post in my opinion is true. Additionally I start to think what if shop website really is made in WebGL and looks exactly the same as "real" shop, where I could "walk" and get familiar with the shop...
Something like augment reality but in browser and on shop website. If someone write that site, this really could change rules on how websites are made today.
So if you want to try WebGL there is nice website jsfiddle-like for WebGL that you can use to play with WebGL and get more familiar with it.
HTML5 Games Development by Example: Beginner’s Guide by Makzan is as title suggest is intended for beginners. Unfortunately I'm not sure if it is true. Content is really good and I liked it, but there are many, many errors in code in listings, so I think that I had problem with almost every example. Don't get me wrong, this was mostly simple errors, and source code that I downloaded from PacktPub website was working but bad taste still exists. The worst one was first, I search for my own typo and finally find that variables has two names. It looks like in book is a mix of code from before and after refactoring. Bugs was easy and all looks similar, they was just annoying.
Very good site that explains how You can trick Your's user and how to avoid it. There are also examples how good patters can help.
General rule is to be honest with Your users. Do not try to trick them to send them more emails, or to bill them without noticing them after trial period.
Probably most of it can gave You more money in short term, but after that You will end up miserable.