What’s up with Facebook? Every day this week seems to bring a new announcement about some tweak to the way the network operates, and that’s before next week’s F8 event, where we expect to hear about a music service, possibly… Continue reading
This week, the BBC launched its new College of Production website.
My local BBC Radio station (BBC Radio Gloucestershire), has now launched its Facebook page. Become a fan at facebook.com/bbcgloucestershire.
Earlier this year, Chris Edmondson, who does some gardening for my grandmother in Worcestershire, asked me if I’d be able to make a website for him.
I was reading Maggie Shiels’ blog on the BBC website earlier today. She wrote a post last Thursday about e-mail after Sheryl Sandberg, a senior member of staff at the social networking site Facebook put forward some ideas about the… Continue reading
I have been using Krystal since I launched my website in 2006. The reason is simple… their customer service is good, and if anything goes wrong I feel comfortable to contact them for support.
I have several e-mail addresses: my personal fred-hart.co.uk, my personal Corinium Radio, my college account as well as all the generic Corinium Radio e-mail addresses.
Many people still have an FM radio next to their bed which serves as the every day morning alarm. One problem with this is that you can’t necessarily recieve the radio stations you want to recieve.
Corinium Radio’s brand new website went live this week, after I spent my Saturday evening (last week) rebuilding it. The new website has been designed using WordPress – the same system which runs this one.
Dealing with spam is one thing which is very important for many WordPress users. When this blog was still quite young, I used to get quite a lot of it – I don’t find it a problem so much now,… Continue reading