Régis Jauffret got it right when he said that he was disgusted by writers who think of their readers. Jonathan Meades in Museum Without Walls I currently ply my trade as a, variously, content strategist, ux writer, content designer, copywriter, communications consultant. I make sure the content I produce or commission for clients serves a purpose, […]
Update at 6.22pm BST Jetpack have confirmed the problem: “If your site uses PHP 5.2 or PHP 5.3 and if you previously used Jetpack’s Sitemaps feature, your site will break.” To be fair to Jetpack, those are pretty old versions of PHP. Time to move some of my sites over to a server that supports a […]
Things might look wonky for a while. I’ve just moved this blog to a new host and enabled SSL (that’s the main reason why it’s on a new host), and some things might have got lost or broken in the move.
There was an old man known as Ken, Who thought he’d try blogging again, It soon was a chore, The blog was a bore, There was joy when he hung up his pen.
There’s something rather lovely about ‘not’ and ‘now’ being common typos for each other but being valid words that can completely change your intended message. (As an aside, just look at all those exclamation marks!)
A few weeks ago we switched our home broadband to Vodafone. Not coincidentally, Pinterest started looking odd. We could get to the site but none of the pictures were loading – instead, all we’d see was blocks of colour. I won’t bore you with the technical troubleshooting but basically Vodafone was blocking Pinterest pictures. I […]
I’ve temporarily lost Amélie to Capital Radio despite having brought her up right on 6 Music. Every morning on the school run she switches the station on the car radio while I switch it back to 6 Music after dropping her off. This morning Beetlebum was playing as we got into the car and Amélie […]
Starting in 🇦🇺 on 3/21 and moving across the 🌍, we thank you for 10 incredible years. Love, Twitter#LoveTwitterhttps://t.co/pH4WWdgK6q — Twitter (@Twitter) March 20, 2016 It’s Twitter’s 10th birthday so what better day to stop prevaricating over a blog post about me breaking up with Twitter that’s been brewing for about 6 weeks and finally get […]
There’s something wonderfully comforting about receiving a pair of socks for your birthday from your 9 year old daughter. Love her to bits for choosing these ones.
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Far too long. And before I turn this into an ill-advised confessional, I’ll just leave this post here as a reminder that I’m still around and this blog hasn’t been forgotten about.