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  1. Responsive Answers

    The other day I came across a post from Paul Robert Lloyd answering some responsive questions for Net Magazine and I realised that I did the same thing last year, I should share my answers as well. These are from 13th November 2013….

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  2. Web design feedback tool for project teams

    Ideas occur to me at the strangest times. Being on the internet all of the time means that it can be a bit of a struggle to stay focussed on just one thing. One of the benefits of this is that I occasionally have a moment of clarity and realise “Yes, this is exactly what […]

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  3. How to host your podcasts

    Jeremy Keith recently wrote about podcasting over at https://adactio.com/journal/8091. The article starts off as a bit of an overview of the article Ten Years of Podcasting: Fight Human Nature (https://medium.com/technology-musings/ten-years-of-podcasting-fighting-human-nature-1bf2de96d6e4) In the article by Matt he gives kudos to HuffDuffer, a little web app that Jeremy put together that allows you to capture a list […]

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  4. Staying focussed when tired

    Woah. I must be friggin tired. It’s only 9:27 and I’ve already have 3 occasions where I thought of something that I could do, went to do it, and then struggled to recall just what I was trying to achieve. The forgetfulness of what the task that I’m currently on is made worse by the […]

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  5. Monitoring Performance with Digital Ocean

    Performance is the most important thing when it comes to your website. A lot of people say it’s the content, but a poor performing website will see users leaving in their droves if the load times are too slow (although they wouldn’t be going there in the first place if it weren’t for the content, […]

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  6. Write as you do

    As you work your way through a problem that you haven’t faced before always try and make some time to document your process. Lately I’ve been working on a few projects that have been out of my usual comfort zone. They’ve involved a little more javascript and a bit more system administration work. While I […]

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