Ex-Google designer and present vice president of design at Dropbox Nicholas Jitkoff has created a new web tool using which you can create your own microsites which are “contained entirely within their own link.”
The tool named as Itty Bitty creates a compressed link of HTML and other data which can be shared with others. When the URL is opened, the data is loaded on the receiver’s side. The most amazing thing about the microsites created from Itty Bitty is that the site is not hosted on any server making it entirely private.
Source: Itty Bitty: This New Web Tool Lets You Create Your Own Microsite In Seconds
Following substantial criticism over selling t-shirts adorned with the phrase: “You Are Very Fake News,” the Newseum has issued an apology for selling the product, adding it has removed the shirts from the gift shop and online store.
“A free press is an essential part of our democracy and journalists are not the enemy of the people.”
— Newseum in a press release
The private museum went on to explain it will continue to sell other merchandise that has received criticism, like red “Make America Great Again” hats, as it has “historically made all types of political merchandise available for our guests to purchase.”
Source: Newseum apologizes for selling “fake news” t-shirt
When buying a used car, you have to be aware of the existence of a certain number that virtually every vehicle has. With the help of this number, a new owner can find out a lot about the vehicle, starting with its manufacture and ending in accidents the car was registered in. This 17-character code can help a potential buyer make the right decision when planning to buy a certain vehicle.
Vehicle identification number (VIN) is a unique code that identifies a specific automobile. It consists of 17 characters – digits and numbers – that serve a role of car’s identifier. By reading the code, we can find out about a manufacturer, specifications, and features of the automobile. So, what do we need to know about vehicle identification number before buying a car?
- Where to Find The VIN Number?
- The meaning of numbers and letters (VIN decode).
- VIN decoding with the help of a free VIN decoder.
- VIN coding as a means of tracking a car’s history.
VIN code is used by the majority of car manufacturers and is supported in almost all countries. It is especially useful for drivers who want to buy a used automobile. With the help of VIN, they can find out about accidents the vehicle has been, in or thefts. VIN coding aligns with the ISO 3779-1983 standard that has been used for more than 30 years. In 1982, this standard was approved by the following countries: