I’ve recently been playing a little with the Moves API. It’s still quite simple, but the app itself is brilliant, so give it a try if you can. I came across something I’ve not noticed before when grabbing a user ID, and thought I’d share [...]
It’s been years since I’ve used Greasemonkey. In fact, these days Tampermonkey is what us Chrome using folk are to use. I recently decided I would have a play because I was getting frustrated with some of the content on Facebook.
Don’t get me wrong – I hate people who complain about Facebook downtime or [...]
I’ve recently been tasked with taking a paper-based system online; a classic use-case for a billion and one programs before it. One of the (legal) requirements of the system is that it must be able to produce the paper-based version of the system, in case the users have to produce it at any given time. [...]
I’m a couple of days late to this news, but Three has quietly popped out a press release regarding their stance on 4G LTE. As you will have seen from the mind-numbingly cringe-worthy adverts with Mr Bacon, EE (Everything Everywhere, the [...]
I’m fond of Apple products. They’re not perfect, but for me they’re the closest to being so. I don’t like to get caught up in the fan-boy wars that you see the comments of posts riddled with, if someone prefers an alternative brand, brilliant, go do that quietly. But what I do want to share [...]
It’s been quiet around here recently! A lot has been happening, mind, I’ve been swamped with projects, the biggest one getting this feller up and running…
My wife and I welcomed our son in to the world on the 11/12/12 (tell me about it) and we’re absolutely thrilled to be inundated with nappies, baby wipes [...]
Welcome to another post in the “how to hack X to make it worth with Plesk” series. I’ve been working with Propel quite a bit recently, and I must admit it’s fantastic. But while deploying some code using it to a server running Plesk, I found there was very little information on the web interested [...]
I’m tremendously busy at the minute, with several large projects on and a baby due in December, but I realise I’ve been neglecting this blog a little bit, so here’s a short tip for anyone who uses their clipboard to copy an paste stuff — which I’m sure is the vast majority of you! When [...]
I cast my memory back well over a decade ago, before the turn of the millenium, when I was a young, innocent boy, just getting in to computers. I was sleeping over at a friend’s house, who had a Sony Playstation. We certainly couldn’t afford one of these consoles, but I could spend hours at [...]
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Kingston Communications seem to be have been redefining their own destiny over the last couple of years, by improving their products and customer service. As someone who’s only been living in Hull on and off for [...]
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