February coming to a close means I can conclude my month long challenge to post to this blog each day. Having only written 14 entries, it’s a challenge for which I only half succeeded.
Earlier this month I wrote about my love of organisation and systems. One such example is how I name the devices I attach to my Mac.
On Friday evening I got a call from Jon on his way back to the house after a night out, asking if I had heard anything about a bomb found near Littlehampton station.
In what has become something of a rarity, I sat down in front of the television yesterday evening. Upon turning on the set-top box, I was greeted with an interesting message.
In the last few years, two public organisations in Walsall have undergone renewals, and both have choosen to reflect this change with simpler identities.
A word cloud generated from content that has appeared on my site over the last few months.
One of my favourite comedians stars in a new show starting on Comedy Central this week.
Every year the Multipack — a community of web developers based in the Midlands — seems to undergo a renewal, finding confidence to try new things. This year is no different.
Today was largely taken up by a flight back to London from San Francisco, where I spent the last ten days.
I have been using Movable Type for a number of years, yet the template code required to present an archived list of entries, grouped by month has always evaded me.
In a recent conversation with a client, he asked why I got into design. Its something I’ve been meaning to write about for sometime, so I’ll try to publish my answer here.
As I approach the end of my latest trip to America, I continue to fight the losing battle that is getting people to understand me when I say my first name.
With January over, and having completed the month without drinking coffee, so on to February and a far more ambitious challenge.