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Web development & junk mail


Norfolk landscapes in the hospital

Ive just finished editing images and making a brochure for an exhibition by my beloved wife at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

  • Published on 10 November 2016
  • Label: Art

All roads lead to Ubuntu

The Mate desktop on Debian Stretch is buggy. But you better keep that quiet from the Debian Bug Squashers.

  • Published on 8 November 2016
  • Label: Linux

Rachel Anderson web site revamp

Another web site revamp, and again it's a web site that has to do with books. This time it's a web site for a writer rather than a publisher; Rachel Anderson is the author of roughly 50 books.

Thorn - I read it, and so should you

I've read a book! A real one, that is, not a dry textbook about OOP PHP or Linux system administration. And I enjoyed it so much I've got to tell you about it…

  • Published on 2 November 2014
  • Label: Books

Rupert Read web site revamp

This weekend I finished the third and final WordPress to Drupal conversion: the personal web site of the philosopher, writer and green campaigner Rupert Read.

Bluemoose Books web site revamp

Indie publisher Bluemoose Books has got a new web site! It's functional, pretty, and it sells some great books.

A failed attempt at outsourcing

I've never been a great fan of outsourcing web development work. I did try it, once. And I'm still not a great fan of outsourcing.

Random thoughts on Drupal

I've been working on two Drupal web sites for the last couple months and have now crawled out of my basement to reflect on poor documentation and powerful frameworks…

  • Published on 4 September 2014
  • Label: Drupal