And Bilbo was like “Good morning!” and he meant it. The sun was shining, and the grass was very green.
But Gandalf was like “What do you mean?” Continue reading this post…
As a boy, my first ever Doctor Who was John Pertwee, the third Doctor, after William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton. He wasn’t on my TV set for too long before he regenerated as Tom Baker and he, as far as I am concerned, is the quintessential Doctor Who of my generation (X).
Then we had Peter Davidson, husband of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’s Trillion (Sandra Dickinson), followed swiftly by Colin Baker and Silvester McCoy, by which time, as a late teen, I’d already started to lose interest in the show. The BBC did enlist the charms of Nichola Bryant to lure me back to the screen, but I was more preoccupied with real world girls by then. Continue reading this post…
When Google says jump many people ask how high? So when the Mountain View search giant announced today that it would start flagging up mobile friendly websites in the SERPS this was a sign of just how serious it is to have a mobile first theme.
Looking at the Analytics stats for one of my busiest sites mobile devices account for over 25% of the traffic. The content was not written specifically for a mobile audience nor does the website cater for such devices, so to know that a quarter of users are already consuming that media in such a manner is important. Continue reading this post…
A few weeks ago I wrote a post entitled “Startups Acquires is4profit” but then everything on my blog went quiet. Well, the story behind the headline goes a little something like this…