Recently I have had a number of queries about websites, ranging from updating content to improving website SEO. I have split the issues and questions raised into before and after getting a new website but they do overlap.
There are bargains to be had if you take the time to look at second hand cameras and lenses on the Internet
The NHS, in England, is planning to make available for sale patient data, so called “care.data”, here are some pointers to more information and crucially how to opt your personal medical data out.
(Update) LinkedIn have updated Company pages to remove this problem (February 2015)
I use an iPhone, an iPad and various iPods to listen to my music and to watch videos and films. I have various apps that allow me to play formats that iOS doesn’t support but most of my media is loaded into the devices via iTunes.
Following from my earlier post on software updates trying to get the unwary to download extra software, I came across the following when updating Java yet again on my PC. Given all the bad publicity about Java and its security issues I was surprised that the unwanted downloads are still there.
We all know that it is important to keep our software updated. It has become an almost daily stream (or so it seems) of automated requests asking us to update a piece of software. Sometimes we have read about how urgent these patches are (for example the recent spate of updates to Java).
Examples of of how I use Dropbox every day to share videos, pictures and files
Edsger Wybe Dijkstra (May 11, 1930 – August 6, 2002); Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛtsxər ˈwibə ˈdɛɪkstra] was a Dutch computer scientist. He received the 1972 Turing Award for fundamental contributions to developing programming languages, and was the Schlumberger Centennial Chair of Computer Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin from 1984 until 2000. Shortly before […]
Thanks to Sean Usher of http://www.ushermedia.co.uk/
Today is the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s death in New York.
I recently watched an advert for two of The Beatles compilations now universally called by everyone as ‘The Red Album’ and ‘The Blue Album’. These were originally released back in 1973 after the group had broken up. The TV advert promised last year’s digital re-mastering and all at a ‘knockdown’ price.