Doing things properly

Succinct example of Microsoft’s annoyances

Posted by on January 28, 2016 at 11:42 pm

Succinctly put: Microsoft STILL don’t put you first. This may sound like a rant; but it’s not. You and I can take a lesson from Microsoft’s lack of attention to detail. the user. Simply: Lead your project/s ‘ALWAYS’ with the user first & foremost. Here’s my experience or short story of upgrading from Windows 8 to […]

How to use QR codes – Are QR codes dead?

Posted by on January 22, 2016 at 9:35 am

QR Codes for marketing. How to use them, Will it work for you – and is it worth it? In a nutshell… don’t bother! (Certainly best advice as of January 2016). I say this as, until QR codes become default/built-in for smartphones, then it’s likely a dead marketing gimmick – as with everything in marketing, […]

What’s the difference between a Geek, a Nerd and a Boffin?

Posted by on December 10, 2013 at 11:04 pm

It sounds like the start of a joke, right?  Well, in all seriousness it’s not that obvious and probably why you found this page in the first place. I’ll give you the answer later on (click to jump to the spoiler further down this post). So why this post anyway? In short… Because my wife’s […]

Fix – Installing Xmarks can remove your Chrome & Firefox bookmarks

Posted by on December 10, 2013 at 10:33 pm

Situation Upon installing xmarks Chrome extension, I’ve lost all my Bookmarks that used to be inside Chrome on my laptop. The very same thing has happened within Firefox upon my installation of the xmarks Firefox Plugin. Fix for Xmarks lost Chrome & Firefox Bookmarks I’ve e-mailed support@xmarks.com (you could too!) in line with advice from […]