Medium is a blogging platform with a clean interface. It is focused on reading and writing. I had used it before, but I switched back to WordPress.com as Medium seemed limiting. But as things have changed now, a simple and clean reading-writing platform would be perfect for my needs now. Besides, medium has now developed… Continue reading Considering Medium… Again
WordPress has a good collection of themes. While WordPress.com does not have as many as WordPress.org, the latter being more open, it still has a decent amount of quality themes. A good thing about WordPress.org is that a designer can build a custom theme for you that can be uploaded and used. Whereas with WordPress.com,… Continue reading WordPress Theme: Libre 2
Medium was shown as a recommended app in Google Play Store. It had a good rating and was an app for reading and writing. So I thought, why not. Upon installing and opening the app for the first time, I instantly fell in love with it. It is essentially a platform for reading and writing,… Continue reading Medium was a Compelling Medium
It feels great to share with you that the view count on SeleMoir has crossed One Thousand, both on the blog (on WordPress) and on the Magazine (on Flipboard). Now, Flipboard does not have an equivalent “views” number, but has “page flips”. Yes, it is a small number, but it is something. Especially for the… Continue reading Stats, Appearance, and More
I started SeleMoir for a rough implementation of an idea subject to changes and refinements. The changes this time are related to, as the name of the post says, Curation, Creation, and some other things. I’ll be using Flipboard for sharing links to articles and videos etc. It’s not perfect, and not everyone uses Flipboard… Continue reading Curation, Creation, and some Changes
"Hello World", an alternative to saying "Hello Everyone". I'm no pro, but I have some knowledge of C and C++ programming languages and "Hello World" was the first program that was taught to me and that I wrote and executed on both. C: printf (“Hello World!”); C++: cout << “Hello World!”; And some additions to… Continue reading Hello World!