SSL and secured connections is vital in our busy online lives and is key to ensuring the integrity of your private information. This is an excellent video from Common Craft and explains in simple terms web site security in a clear way anyone can understand, and a really cool video for educating non-tech literate people […]
As a geek with a laptop, who regularly spends at least 4/5hours a week sat in Starbucks blogging, tweeting and being a general geek. I often have to rely heavily on the Free WiFi services many places offer, one of the main ones being BTOpenZone. Now on Mondays I usually end up in Starbucks for […]
I have a strange love of time lapse video but this one particularly caught my eye, incredible to watch. December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo.
SSL is a vital tool in securing your information when communicating sensitive data online, and can help protect you and your clients/visitors. Unfortunately many site-owners and users don’t understand what SSL is, how it works or how it can benefit them. This post aims to be a simple clear-cut guide on what it is, how it works and why you and your visitors need it.
Microsoft often takes a bashing, and they don’t (always) deserve it. Many prefer their shiny apple gadgets and often seem to over look Microsoft. Now I shall not be saying they are perfect by any means. They have made some incredibly crap products in the past *cough* Vista. But at the same token they really […]
For a while now I have been using Read It Later List, this is a simple and very useful way to bookmark or save links to read later which is particularly useful for people like me who seem to be constantly coming across links and thinking “I’d love to write a blog post on that”. […]