At last (at very long last actually!) we have just launched our new site for our online development agency. (Did you spot the SEO-ness there?!) Whilst it is a bit sparse at the moment, over the next few weeks and months we’ll be adding to it, endeavouring to keep it a bubbling hub of life… Read more »
Monthly Archives: July 2009
One small step for man, one giant wait for mankind. Well, it was something like that. Today marks the 40th anniversary since man first landed on the moon, and I have one question: why can’t I visit the moon?
The revolution has begun! Major sites are starting to reject IE6. Yet I can’t believe we will see that back of that hellish peice of software any time soon.
I’ve been using Twitter for over two years now and I find it is a valuable source of news, opinion and comment. However, the more I think about it, I can’t help but conclude that Twitter is bollocks.
In my never ending quest to improve this blog and your experience whilst reading it I have installed the Disqus comment system. I’ve seen this on a number of other blogs and it appears to work well. Hopefully this will encourage comments and improve the discussion. The wordpress plugin that I used can be found… Read more »
I have just been browsing few development blogs and in two separate posts about two completely different topics there was an interesting crossover. First I was reading a post on “Making Good Software” which lists the top 5 non-technical mistakes programmers make. Their top 5 list was: Lack of discipline; Big egos; Being a bad… Read more »
Wordpress template hack to split page content into multiple columns using the more tag
I take a look at why I blog, what I get out of it and how I can improve my blog for both me an you. First step, moving from robsearles.co.uk to robsearles.com