I’ve written a few projects in the past that require Latitude and Longitude to work, so when my son started learning about these amazing things we had to have a play with them!(more…)
This isn’t such a technical post, but I suddenly had this thought – what will happen to all my Google Photos of my children if something happens to me. There won’t be negatives or packets of photograph’s in a drawer, they’re going to need access to my Google account!
I talk to a lot of people about email for a wide variety of reasons but the most common theme is how to manage and store the vast amount of email we receive.
It sounds like a bad joke doesn’t it? However the punchline isn’t funny at all.
You really don’t want to be on the receiving end when your backup procedure fails to give you the information you need, just when you need it most.
I’m a little bit late with this post (the video has been floating around for a while), but only because I wanted to put some thought around it first.
“Design for Free!” If you saw that you’d think there was a catch, or at least I hope you would (there’s a lot of people that wouldn’t!). Yet in the tech industries we’re often asked to do exactly that.
I love this, the advert is good, but the parody is brilliant!