Ever watch a movie or TV show, where they torment a kid in school with a presentation? What did you do last summer? None of my teachers ever bothered me with an assignment like that. Instead, my summer days were filled with sports, tv / movies, and video games. But just because I’m not a student anymore, there are still lessons to learn. Here’s a collection of Photics.TV videos that show the information gained during new adventures.
The next big idea for Photics.com is still being determined. But as the old saying goes, “Life is what happens while we are making other plans.” A rare astronomical event will happen on April 8, 2024. And in order to take full advantage of this event, preparation will need to start soon. There will be a total eclipse visible from much of the United States — that’s assuming it doesn’t rain. 🌦️😄
Two years ago, the first Photics.TV video was published. More than 250 videos later, the channel has grown to welcome over 2000 subscribers. That’s nice! More entertaining and informative videos are planned for that YouTube channel. Although, there is a question — what about this website? What is the future of Photics.com? 🤔
Back in Web #6, the ease of the details / summary tags was mentioned. All you had to do was drop support for Internet Explorer and then you could have a pure HTML / CSS solution to creating web boxes that could be opened or closed. It would be almost two years since such a feature was added to this website. But with the addition of the Farmside Guide, now there’s a great reason to use the Details & Summary HTML tags. There’s a video on Photics.TV that explains the CSS styling of a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) webpage.
I like Sprite and 7up, but excess sugar is not healthy. So, I went looking for fun alternative to plain water. In the Mexican section of a local supermarket, I learned about Topo Chico. I was surprised. While not quite as yummy as a soda, I thought Topo Chico was good. It’s a bit expensive though, so I compared the drink to other Carbonated / Sparkling Water (Lime) alternatives. The glass bottle of Topo Chico is fancy, but that also lead to a big problem.