Our Favorite Contest Entries (So Far)
There’s less than two weeks left in our CSS-Tricks contest and some of the entries have been simply stunning.
Here are some of the entries that have amused us the most, so far. We’ve kept them anonymous to protect the guilty… we mean innocent parties. These submissions aren’t the ‘front-runners’ for the contest, but to be fair, the hilarious nature certainly doesn’t hurt.
Seven Reasons to Love PHP 7
Released in late 2015, PHP 7 was the first major PHP release in over a decade, skipping over the cancelled PHP 6 to provide a whole slew of modern updates. Here are some of our favorite features.
Customer Spotlight: Tailor Brands
Tailor Brands was founded in friendship. The type of friendship that enjoys solving problems. In 2014, three longtime friends (founders Yali Saar, Nadav Shatz, and Tom Lahat) wanted…
Cyber Monday is here!
The best ideas don’t come from fine tuning your website. Inspiration can come from anywhere: A jog around the block, a round-trip ticket to a far away place,…
Meet Media Temple – Dolph Augustus
It takes more than talking the talk to build a truly vibrant company culture. For many people looking to work at Media Temple, Dolph Augustus, our Talent Acquisition…
Media Temple’s Second NYC Table Tennis Invitational
When it comes to table tennis, we’ve never believed there’s such a thing as too many tournaments. So after taking Chicago by (snow)storm seven months ago and heating up Los Angeles this summer, yet again, it only made sense to return, on an uncharacteristically warm and balmy day, to New York City.
A Season of Updates to VPS
Being a customer-centric and user experience-driven company means that we are constantly working on improving our hosting solutions to keep them at the forefront of performance. Our user-first…
Make It Better: Grid
Welcome to Make It Better, our new series dedicated to giving you the latest news, plugins, and tutorials to make your Grid experience that much smoother.
18 Years of Hosting Great Ideas
1998 may not feel like that long ago, but in the tech world, it may as well have been ancient times. Great computers cost close to $5,000 and high-end monitors were nearly as much. Windows 98 was cutting edge and the first iMac had just been released. PC gamers were playing Half-Life, StarCraft: Brood War, and Unreal. AOL was still the largest internet service provider, powering close to 20 million users (and also providing millions more with free “coasters”). Google was in beta, AltaVista and Yahoo! dominated search. And on September 10, 1998, Demian Sellfors placed a few servers in his closet, plugged in an ethernet cable, and started Media Temple.