You are here:
  1. Home
  2. Blog
  3. Interwebs

Interwebs archive

Anything and everything vaguely internet related. Blogging, industry, social media: if you can find it online, I've talked about it in here.

 |  Interwebs

Pixelfx.org

You’d think the fact that I wrote a scathing 3000+ word review of Pixelfx.org would be enough to express my general distaste for the “quality” of the tutorials featured there, but it’s just not enough. I’m going to repeat myself until I get the point…

 |  Interwebs

Not Naked Anymore

As you can probably tell, I’m not naked any more. In fact, as it’s a new month there’s even a new header image to feast your eyes on. Naked CSS Day was quite revealing for me (no pun intended). As I browsed around my website…

 |  Interwebs

First Annual Naked Website Day

My website is taking part in the First Annual Naked Website Day — intended to demonstrate the value of writing semantic HTML and separating content from presentation. (Quote from Gemma of Helical-Library.net who is also taking part in the Annual Naked Day.) Basically, what you…

 |  Interwebs

April Fools Jokes

As usual, the divide between the Internet and age old customs has been broken, and several large websites are out there boasting their April Fools day pranks. Some are funny, some are not so funny. ThinkGeek has a USB Desktop Tanning Center and a Grow…

 |  Interwebs

Freebie WordPress Themes

You know how I’m just so generous and lovely and awesome? Well, because of these wonderful traits of mine I’ve added some free WordPress themes. Only two at the moment, but I’ll gradually add to the collection. If anybody wants to see one of my…

 |  Interwebs

BellaBook3.2 Released

There’s a new version of BellaBook available: BellaBook3.2. New features include: States whether email required, and whether or not it’s displayed Optional moderation feature Improved spam filtering Pagination as standard — in admin panel as well Entry management combined in admin panel ..as well as…

 |  Interwebs

Letter to Micro Mart

Karl and I purchase a computer-related magazine every week called Micro Mart. The ‘net geek that I am, I always head straight for the Internet articles and every single week by the time I’ve finished reading them I end up seething. Why? Because one particular…

Follow on Instagram