Coder, It’s possibly the most accurate single word label you can apply to me, if you insist on applying labels. It’s something I’ve always loved doing and being, since before I was even old enough to know that coding was in fact what I was doing.
WordPress 4.0 “Benny” is here.
WordPress update 4.0 is live and with us now, ready for you download or update and existing site. This one is named for Benny Goodman in case you were wondering.
This update focuses on making adding your content easier and more streamlined. Read on to find out everything you need to know. Continue reading
Dropbox adding new features to Dropbox Pro
Dropbox have just announced new features being added to their “Dropbox Pro” services.
Dropbox Pro costs €9.99 a month or €99 for a year. Existing Pro users will be upgraded to this new service in a few days.
What these new features you ask? Continue reading
iOS 8 Will dramatically increase your productivity
Chasing “Inbox Zero” 5 tips for dealing with your inbox
What is Inbox Zero?
Inbox Zero is an approach to managing your email where you keep the number of messages in your inbox equal to zero or as close to it as possible.
Why is it important?
It’s important because in today’s email dependant world, the inbox can be a pit filled quicksand, bogging you down and getting you stuck. Resulting in you loosing time, that should have been spent doing something more productive. Our good old human brains love to procrastinate or try to do a hundred things at once. Even if you have read and dealt with all your messages, you could still have thousands or more messages sitting in your box tempting your brain to run off on half a dozen tangents at moments notice. If your inbox is empty, then you can more easily maintain your focus and keep the precision you need to be as productive about your day. Continue reading
Maximising Dropbox for free
Dropbox is one of the best services I have ever had the pleasure of using, I’ve been using it for years now, and I can’t remember how I ever did anything before it. Dropbox is a cloud storage and synchronisation option that allows you to always have the most up to date version of your files at pretty much any computer or device connected to the internet, and the best thing is that is it free, out of the box you get 2GB of storage. The paid for version is very affordable and definitely a great value proposition if your use Dropbox for business.
One great feature of the is that dropbox allows your to increase the amount of storage for free and today I am going to tell all the ways to do that. Continue reading
Dash Dot Publishing
We have just completed helping another client get their book published online, Gabby a Mythical Journey has just gone live over and Smashwords and is waiting for you to read it.
“This is the story of Gabriella O’Toole, a young gypsy girl from the West of Ireland, who discovers the truth about her birth and her magical abilities as she reaches her sixteenth birthday.”
Email Scam Watch – Apple – February 2014
This little gem somehow managed to sneak past my spam filter, not sure how because when I checked the filter it had several more just like it sitting there. This one claims to be from Apple telling you that your account has been compromised and if you don’t log in at the link below you account will be disabled. Continue reading
WordPress 3.8 Parker
WordPress, is currently almost everywhere you look, approximately 20% of the internet and 48% of the top 100 blogs on the Internet as ranked by Technorati (April 2012) are built on WordPress.
The powerful and robust CMS has just another major update version 3.8 “Parker” from the jazz musician Charlie Parker, and this update is just as jazzy. So what’s new in 3.8? Continue reading
E-Mail Scam Watch – Revenue.ie November 2013
Normally my email spam filter or the internal one in my head ( through many years of training ) makes sure I never see or read any spam or scam emails. But one made it through yesterday that caught my eye.
The sender claimed to be “revenue.ie” and the title was “Tax Refund“. Given the time of the year and the deadline for filing your tax returns was last week. So if the revenue did make a mistake and wanted to refund money to you, it would make sense to happen now right? Continue reading