I’ve been using WordPress for years and in the main, it’s a fantastic piece of collaborative software. However, the fact that the standalone version which is installed on one’s own server is supported mainly by community effort instead of a dedicated team means that when a particularly unusual bug crops up, it’s difficult to get a response or solution…
I order to better cover the needs of my visitors, I'm carrying out a simple survey of how you visit the site.
Don't you just hate it when you've been using the internet for a little while and you have a mass of browser windows to battle with? Where the hell did that website go, that you were looking at earlier? Both of these annoyances are entirely unnecessary, and this article explains why.
Manuel Reinhard (also known through his personal website and Twitter stream as "sprain") has recently launched a regular video podcast in review of the week's happenings in the Swiss internet scene.
On 23rd August 2009, the ten year anniversary of a web service called Blogger passed with barely a blip; only a small handful of news reports show up at Google's news aggregating service and the world at large has paid little notice to the milestone.
As I take a moment or two out of my day, Twitter is currently unavailable and has been so for over an hour.
When you receive a tip of a cool piece of design from a company like Information Architects, whose Web Trend Maps are exquisite in their detail, you know it's going to be something good.
Would you subscribe to a free email newsletter from me?…
The newest version of the newspaper, to which I still subscribe online despite no longer working or living in the catchment area, produced by a small handful of people and covering purely local news instead of falling to the temptation of reporting news from more distant regions, is at least a match for – if not better than – most…
An American company offers a service to send individual, custom postcards from your mobile phone or web browser via traditional mail.
Details of the new website for Swiss national historic location Rütli, combined with a brief explanation of the meadow's history.
A personal history of computer desktop wallpaper, a Microsoft Switzerland competition in which you can take part, and some free landscape photos for you to download.
With an audience comes responsibility. Use it wisely and carefully.
Because I've wasted so much time with pointless babbling, I have had no time to create books of photography and of special holidays, yet I have wasted ten percent of my working day in inanities. So, no more. No more drivel. No more wasted time and a re-invigoration of my creativity.
The first day of April has been long reserved for making fools of people, though the origins of the unusual tradition are lost in the mists of time.
Abusive feedback from Ryanair in response to a blog post, which detailed a potential flaw in the online booking system, provokes a rapid increase in negative publicity for the airline.
It’s probably been two years in the making, but I have finally gotten around to transferring the idea in my head into Flash and WordPress to create a sparkly new front page for this website. The basic premise is that whereas I give out my [Moo cards](http://moo.com/) to promote my photography, I haven’t had a “punch them in the face”…
Just news on a change of how I upload and share photographs online. I have decided that as a part of the re-design of my website for 2009, I am no longer going to place copyright notices on my photos, nor am I going to place so much emphasis on selling pictures online. If people want to buy copies of…