I get why they put a gap at the top of the posts & pages in the Twenty Fourteen WordPress Theme, but it’s a little inconsistent (aesthetically speaking). The gap does make blog posts without a feature image look just right, and fit & flow they way they should.
If, however, your post has a feature image, it just looks awkward (to me, anyway), and as the goal for me is try to to always have a feature image for each blog post, I decided to go ahead and remove the gap.
It’ll also force me to update those older posts at some point to add a feature image.
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When the Eye-Fi works so well with the iPad, why would I want to seemingly make life more complicated for myself by adding more hardware into the mix?
Well, transferring to a Linux based machine like the CubieTruck offers me some advantages over the iPad. Some of them I alluded to in my previous post on this topic, but at the time, my primary thought was really just on-site backup (after making the switch from SanDisk Eye-Fi cards to Eye-Fi Pro X2 cards).
No real interaction, no file serving to viewing devices, just straight up copy the images to the CubieTruck, and then copy it all onto my network when I get back home.
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With XBMC on the CubieBoard a bust. It’s time to go back to my original thought, which is to set it up as a web server.
While I will generally run this without a monitor connected, I have decided to restore from the backup that already has LXDE installed.
Yes, I could set it up without X, and just install it in the event that I actually come around to needing it, but I figured I might as well just have it installed now. It’s not like there’s a lack of space on an 8GB MicroSD card.
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