Reading an article from 1999 caused me to consider how not owning your own content leads to a loss of more than just the content itself.
We put contact forms on websites quite a lot, and we check that the input data is valid and sanitized of all evilness, however after a few weeks the invariable contact form spam starts to filter in to the client’s inbox.
I try and avoid discussing things on Twitter given that forming a coherent argument in 140 characters or less is almost impossible, however I was engaged in a short discussion today with @TJRLZ who couldn’t understand why this site is based on WordPress when my company develops custom [...]
Next month I’ll be giving a presentation to some university students who are part way through a degree in web design and development. These students are hoping to join the industry in various different roles at the end of their course.
I would love to include some tips from other people [...]
Yesterday on Twitter Elliott Jay Stocks opened up a huge debate by stating:
Elliott has also gone on to clarify his thoughts in a blog post and I thought [...]