I added the middle initials back into the title on this website, and also, I quietly went back onto Linkedin, using these same middle initials. There are just too many Robin Scott’s out there, so there is now a point of difference in the phrase with which I am able to Google myself. Obviously. Continue reading “Middle Initials are back!”
In case you were following along, a few more changes have gone in here, at this site, because here is where I have license to do things my way. Continue reading “Various Changes and speed enhancements”
In case you missed it – and really, you should have – this week I deleted my Twitter account for what I am pretty sure is the final time, ending my social media experience altogether.
Its not for me.
This is entirely unsafe for work, but since I said some time ago that Giggs had the best Fire in the Booth, it would not make any sense not to post this one, which is arguably a more polished and better selection of bars in the 2017 reboot… Continue reading “Giggs – Fire In The Booth (part 3)”
I’ve recently been thinking about turning a few things off.
In fact, I have recently actually begun turning things off. For example, Google Analytics. Continue reading “Almost a year with no comments…”
So Steve Blackmon got in touch again today, this time from a new gmail address, this time he said:
How much did this little email subject line scare you?!
Mailgun should have put in massive all caps bold type:
DON’T WORRY! YOUR 10,000 FREE TRANSACTIONAL MAILS ARE ALL GOOD (FOR NOW).
Today is the 11th anniversary of my WordPress.org profile.
Before I registered that profile, I had been using WordPress for a couple of years (I started at University, and graduated in 2006) but May 2nd 2007 is my official WordPress birthday 🙂
How long have you been WordPressing – leave a comment below…
Kelsey Hightower made the following excellent statements on “no code” (in relation to a wider discussion about serverless and Kubernetes, here which I highly recommend giving a listen to): Continue reading ““No code” and client services: developer, be less rockstar”