After almost *exactly* eight years I'm leaving the lovely interconnect/it for new pastures. It's all been a bit surreal.
I had Ulcerative Colitis for all of my adult life. Now I haven't got a large colon and it's amazing.
Getting people to pay for content is hard work. Paywalls are often the method outlets turn to only to be disappointed by the results. Here's my thoughts on why.
Code, by its very nature, is prescriptive. There is a syntax and a structure and every language has it's own quirks and rules. So it’s somewhat strange that writing it, is actually very personal.
We had this web lark licked didn’t we? We built millions and millions of pages. We knew it all. Then everything went and changed.
The vocal inhabitants of the internet have spoken. Skeumorphs suck. Apparently they are stupid, lazy design. Well I have news, they aren’t really aimed at you.