Posts Tagged: 'internet'
A week today my friend Richard Wiggins and I will be hosting the first ever MK Geek Night – a new, FREE, Milton Keynes based event for the creative industries. We’ve attended the excellent Oxford Geek Night a few times, and this inspired Richard to do something similar for Milton Keynes. Now Richard claims he Continue Reading
My Twitter chum Michael McGarrity has released another great mix entitled Home Two. Slightly longer and darker than the original Home Mix, and it’s another great piece of music for working or reading to. Highly recommended. As before my iTunes OCD has driven me to design my own cover art; I’ve continued with the style of Continue Reading
Ideas of March is a great initiative from Chris Shiflett to resurrect the blog. I agree with Chris when he attributes the demise of blogging to the rise of Twitter. Personally I know there are many things I tweet that would have been the basis of a blog post in the past. You’d be forgiven Continue Reading
Why yes, I do like Underworld.
In recent years I have been fortunate to be able to attend all of the major web conferences: @Media, Future of Web Apps, Future of Web Design and more.
I wrote a while ago about a friend taking a Twitter vacation, another leaving altogether and my resultant thoughts and feelings about Twitter. Now I have decided to do the same; as of today I’m starting a one week ‘leave of absence’ from Twitter. Whilst this week is an experiment to see how I, a Continue Reading
Bah, grr and buggeration. In a momentary brain fade I’ve managed to delete the Google account associated with my Feedburner feed and can no longer access it. However every cloud has a silver lining, and this error presents me with an opportunity to move more of my data back into my control; something I’ve been Continue Reading
From the Friday afternoon mind of Tim Van Damme comes the URL ABC. Tim says: “Go to the address bar in your favorite browser, and type one letter. Start with “a”, end with “z”.” I’ve just rebuilt my system so my alphabet is perhaps not as representative of my surfing as it could be, some of Continue Reading
Jeremy Keith has a rather alarming post about Perfect Pitch and the abuse of DMCA legislation for SEO purposes over at Adactio.com today.