A little while back, I posted about adding my middle initials back into this site, and also into my Linkedin profile, in order to be searchable and present (as a distinct entity) from all the other many and various Robin Scotts out there, good, bad, political, Australian or otherwise. Continue reading “The number 17 Robin Scott”
As I’ve been working a good amount on GDPR over the past few long months, there are a few areas of Fear Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) around the subject area to which there really aren’t enough sensible posts. Continue reading “Why blocking, banning or removing EU customers is not an effective response to GDPR”
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 may be the final time, ending my micro-blogging experience altogether.
Its probably not for me.
That said, in order to avoid people reposting as me or otherwise taking my name, I have re-opened the account in the same name, and followed two people. Don’t contact me there. I don’t check it.
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).