I have read the Declaration of Human Rights many times, and it has always bothered me how long it is, and how it says "rights" in the title, mostly says what NOT to do. So I decided to see if I could write a modern, shorter, improved version.
It has been reported that 80% of Americans live beyond their means. They live paycheck to paycheck, rotate which monthly bill to skip, and have no means of retirement other than the unreliable social security. Also, the average american has $60,000 in debt between mortgage, car loans, student loans, and credit card debt.
Today, I finished the custom archives page that lists post categories, tags, posts by date, and has a search feature. I'm excited about this because I did something that Blogger by default, does not feature. Using Blogger's labels widgets, I can dynamically seperate categories from tags. Meaning the script or method I use does not have to be updated, but I can update/edit/add tags & categories as I see fit without breaking anything.
This is not a review, but maybe a pre-review. I will not be mentioning the lack of Stadia features that were promised at launch, because I didn't purchase it at launch. I will instead, express my personal experience thus far, and how it currently serves my needs.