Concerned Texas gentleman patrols ladies’ restroom, tells woman “You’re dressed like a man”

This fellow has volunteered to make sure the people who use a women’s restroom in Texas look and dress the way he and other frightened jackasses want them to look and dress. From Jezebel: Reporter Eric Nicholson writes that the video was shot by Jessica Rush at the Baylor Medical Center in the suburb of Frisco on Thursday.

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The Lawmakers Who Control Your Digital Future Are Clueless About Technology

It is becoming increasingly clear that Senators Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr, co-chairs of the Senate Intelligence Committee, don’t have the slightest clue about how encryption works. Good thing they’re currently pushing disastrous legislation that would force tech companies to decrypt things for law enforcement!

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125 Easy Tweaks to Optimize Your Website’s Usability Today

Welcome to a huge resource on user experience (UX), user interfaces (UI), and interaction design. Whether you’re designing a website or mobile app, you’ll learn 125+ tactics to optimize its usability. I organized the tactics into various categories and strategies. Click a strategy to view examples and applications.

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WordCamp Organizers Get New Tool for Creating Personalized WordCamp Badges

Creating personalized WordCamp badges for attendees has traditionally been a time-consuming task for event organizers. Last year the community held 89 WordCamps with 21,000 attendees, and each person received a name badge customized for the event they participated in. That’s a massive number of badges to prepare for printing.

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One Time Login

Need access to a WordPress install but don’t want to create a user account for it? Use this plugin and WP-CLI to generate a one-time login URL for any user: wp plugin install one-time-login –activate && wp user one-time-login After you run the command above, you’ll see a success message like this: Success: Your one-time login URL is: http://wp.dev/wp-login.php?user_id=1&one_time_login_token=eb6f4de94323e589addb9ad3391883e1d6233bc3 Copy the URL, paste it into your web browser, and…

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Random Thoughts on… Teaching yourself to code

Self-education is something that separates good developers from great developers. Great devs are always searching for new ways to do things, always trying to learn. You need to rely on YOU for your education. However, teaching yourself isn’t always something that comes natural. Here are some of the things I’ve learned about learning that might help you.

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Cornerstone Content Defined in 60 Seconds [Animated Video] – Copyblogger

Cornerstone content is vital for both seasoned bloggers and anyone launching a brand-new website because it can help you accomplish many of your content marketing goals. Goals like: Getting links to your website Finding new readers Attracting subscribers Ranking in search engines for competitive keywords Highlighting archived material But what exactly is cornerstone content?

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Episode 096: Awkward Hugs – DradCast

This weeks show discusses Syed Balkhi acquiring Google Analytics by Yoast, Beaver Builder passes $1 million in revenue, Freemium plugins outlive free ones, the Restaurant OS, and more! John Hawkins is a long time web developer, WordPress enthusiast, WordCamp speaker and organizer living on the outskirts of Las Vegas with his wife and two teenage children.

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How to use the content analysis of Yoast SEO * Yoast

The Content Analysis Tool in the Yoast SEO plugin measures many aspects of the text you’re writing. These checks run real-time, so you’ll receive feedback while writing! The content analysis helps you to make your text SEO-friendly. In this post, I’ll first describe the most important features of the Content Analysis Tool.

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Array Cuts Theme Club Pricing, Releases Free Theme Pack

Array launched a redesign of its theme shop this week along with drastic price cuts for single theme and club purchases. After conducting a customer survey earlier this year, the company moved to act on feedback regarding its pricing structure. Previously, Array offered single theme purchases ranging in price from $49 to $89 and the entire collection for $199.

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Where “Becky” Comes From, And Why It’s Not Racist, Explained | VSB

Beyonce is a Creole surfborting maven who, if she was an athlete, would be tested for PEDs (performance enhancing drugs) right now. Why’s that? Because the difference between 2005 Beyonce and Beyonce today is like the difference between pre-steroid Barry Bonds and post-steroid, head the size of a Toyota Prius on 26-inch Lexanis Barry Bonds.

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