Category Archives: About this blog

Re-writing a few summary pages

Hi all, recent debates with doomers have forced me to take another look at my ‘Radical Rules’ pages, and I’ve decided some of them need a bit of a tidy up. I’ve also added ‘Recharge’ recommending that we switch to … Continue reading

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Who is moving across to Google+

Genuine question: why are you using Google+ and what are you using it for? Google have done a few things recently to annoy their users. They’ve killed off iGoogle, and then they’ve forced Youtube customers to post onto Youtube through … Continue reading

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My messy control panel

At the moment, my control panel looks like this. It’s a bit sad, really. I’m using Firefox on a Mac and have no idea why it’s doing it. I’ve tried different encoding, etc. When I switch across to Chrome, it … Continue reading

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Changed the look

I changed the theme of the blog mainly because of readability. I quote a lot. The old theme’s quotes were all in italics, and I just found it not as readable. But I might change again, because I just found … Continue reading

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How I’ll do my posters? (Coming Soon!)

doug barned – Customisable PDFs. Customisable PDFs I originally created this in response to a post on MacRumors but thought it might make a nice first tutorial for my site. Although the example used is a poster, this method can … Continue reading

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Slashdot: Most blogs for an audience of one

I the early days of EclipseNow when I used to run the URL EclipseNow.org it was getting a few thousand hits a month, especially when I was also negotiating activist deals with the “End of Suburbia” movie on behalf of … Continue reading

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Will blogger always be there?

hi all,I’m currently studying web-design at Lynda.com and listening to various podcasts all over the net. Sitepoint has been warning of the dangers of not backing up blogosphere information because various blogging platforms have recently either gone bankrupt or lost … Continue reading

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