A review of Codeable & More Codeable Reviews

I posted a really long review of Codeable over at Silicon Dales. It was so long, I’m publishing a post which links to it from here, just in case you missed it, and wanted to find out more about the WordPress outsourcing platform, Codeable.

If you’re also looking for codeable.io reviews, below I give a few of my personal experiences with the WordPress outsourcing platform.

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AMP Stories are now Web Stories… and they’re pretty cool

I know, right. I don’t say things like “pretty cool” but AMP stories are now called Web Stories, have a WordPress plugin, are officially supported by Google, and feature a simple drag-and-drop interface to allow you to create mobile friendly content which looks like this:

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Complete 2019 New Year’s Honours List

The 2019 New Year’s Honours List was published today, on 29 December 2019, and in case you wanted to see the full list, without it being in a PDF, I’ve published it below – minus all the ads and other slowness that mainstream news media will surround their honours list content with.

Navigating the Complete List:

This list is complete and searchable – for example, if you are on a desktop or laptop computer, hit CTRL + F and then type in a county or city (say “North Yorkshire” or “London”) or a surname (like “Wilkinson”) and you can then flip through the relevant items. Alternatively, there’s a table of contents so you can jump to the main sections of honours.

I was able to post this really quickly for the benefit of the world because I have the best broadband in Britain.

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Man Utd finally showing old signs of class under Solskjaer

It has been a good year for sports fans in the North West of England in particular, as we’ve been a little spoiled with our area’s sports men and women showing World Class levels of performance, so it was nice to see sleeping giants at Mancester United showing signs of recovery under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the Christmas period.

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Changing habits in online shopping – smart homes, IoT & automated shopping

In the past. The oldendays. You know, that bricks and mortar world in which the corporeal and the incorporeal were much less, well, combined, we would do things like create lists, and go to the shops to buy the things on those lists.

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