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On making an anti-social network

Building a niche social network seems like an exciting prospect at first, but it only takes a little thought to realise that it’s a bad idea.

Captions please?!

A standing ovation for WordCamp London 2017

This year’s event was supremely well-run, full of quality content, and just what I needed as I head into a busy-looking year. Thank you to all involved.

First Lego stop-frame animation

Quite pleased with my first Lego stop-frame animation!

WordCamp London 2017: How and why to use screencasts to train users

I’m speaking again at this year’s WordCamp London. Find out more about my talk on screencasts for user training.

Re-learning to learn to code (and discovering JavaScript’s foibles!)

I don’t know JS So I’ve kinda got stuck in to learning JavaScript. I’ve previously said that I think JavaScript is like the assembler of the web: coding in vanilla JS isn’t really something you should do because it’s too… Continue reading →

2016: Year of transition โš ๏ธ – 2017: Accepting the inevitable ๐Ÿ™Œ

2016 was a year of transition. 2017? Well, it’s started out with acceptance of things that must be.

So, 2017, should I propose a WordCamp talk on coding basics?

Yes, it’s the third of January and I’m writing a blog post so you’d be quite entitled to think that I’ve started some new year’s resolution to write more and am already three two days behind. ย And, well, that’s not… Continue reading →

Forays into WordPress Technical Developer Screencasts

Perhaps I should be a teacher after all? The whys and hows of my first forays into technical developer screencasts.

Websites without photos

Examples of websites that use no, or very few photos, simplifying design choices, and making them super fast.

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