"How hard is it to write something I know?", I thought.
As a matter of fact, writing or talking about something we know might pretty hard, especially when we double-check and find something new (or something wrong most of the cases).
I've been trying to talk about the uneasy configuration between TP-Link drivers, Minecraft and Easy-to-use repositories for Raspberry Pi. As I'm lurking for more content, I find something that takes down my own approach and makes it extremely simple. There goes my idea.
Similarly, writing a review and kind of a cheat sheet to Twitter Bootstrap 3.0 it's like trying to explain this instinct of carefully placing blocks one after the other. The LESS variables make it easy to configure by attributing semantic names to complicated calculations, but trying to explain the right formula and percentage of a grid is a pain. I know it, I feel it, I understand the concept, but it's hard to explain it to someone else. Somehow it fails when put into words.
But someday, somewhere, over the rainbow, I will try and succeed.