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I could see the API being used to create Snapchat-like services, only, for text. All of the potential use-cases are fairly similar, is would seem. I suppose it could be a simple app made just for showcasing the design, because it is a very nice looking site.
However, I doubt someone would do all this just to showcase a design. I’m sure someone more creative than I can come up with a way to monetize such a thing.
Predawn is actually a new and improved, renamed version of Flatland-Alt, but still sticks with the dark interface. Here’s how Predawn describes itself in it’s GitHub repo.
Predawn is a minimal Sublime Text theme and a syntax color scheme. It was originally just a slightly tweaked version (called Flatland-Alt) of the Flatland theme, which itself is a flat reworking of Soda. I decided to keep going with cusomization and rework the entire theme. But I owe a lot to Flatland and Soda. Thanks guys!
Predawn can be installed via Package Control and activating the theme is pretty standard:
There’s some other options regarding the sidebar size that you can set as well. It even includes some really nice looking dock icons for SublimeText.
Jamie also included his favorite SublimeText configuration, there’s definitely some things he’s using that I should be.
Give Predawn a try. If you’re a fan of Flatland or Flatland-Alt, you’ll love Predawn.
A bunch of scummy sites are using some of my old WordPress themes. The themes have links to longren.org in the footer, I think Google hates me for it, I dunno though. It started about 3 years ago. When all was good, organic search referrals from Google were around 15,000 unique visitors per month.
Now, however, the story is much different. In all, Google is throwing me about 800 unique visitors a month from organic search. I believe it has something to do with all of the incoming links to longren.org from low quality websites. I really have no idea though and am not about to hire some SEO company to fix it up or take the time to disavow hundreds of thousands of links.
I’ve got longren.org forwarding to longren.io now, but will eventually turn that off and just start from scratch, I guess. Unless Google can help, but that’s not probably likely.