Why your big custom CMS project is doomed Paid Members Public
You have an in-built fatal flaw [http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2015/01/why-its-risky-business-for-publishers-to-build-their-own-cms/] : > News organizations, especially ones with just one medium-sized digital property (this applies to many independent daily newspapers, for example), have a terrible time retaining technical talent. These organizations generally don’t employ more than a
Fake Metal in iTunes Genius Mixes Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2009/09/FakeMetalAlbum.png] [![FakeMetalWords.png](https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2009/09/FakeMetalWords-thumb-500x54-1407.png?resize=500%2C54)](https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2009/09/FakeMetalWords.png)It’s just possible that iTunes
No Chrome Paid Members Public
Why I’m not blogging about Chrome [http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/editors-blog/2008/09/google-chrome-in-the-enterpris.html] . Grrr.
When Servers Go Down Paid Members Public
It’s going to be a long day: looks like we have a problem with the database server underlying our Movable Type installation, and it’s been down for much of the weekend. Technology is such a bitter-sweet joy, isn’t it?
One Man Offline Paid Members Public
I’m having a frustrating evening. I’ve stacked up a series of blog posts for my various blogs, and I can’t publish them. There isn’t even a sniff of the cafe WiFi that we’re meant to have access to in this apartment, so I’m left
Whatever Happened To The Idea of Open WiFi? Paid Members Public
When Blogs Go Down Paid Members Public
When I got into work this morning, there were a number of e-mails in my in-box about our Movable Type server being down. Luckily, it had been that way for just a few hours, only the posting interface was affected (ie pages were still readable) and the Web Services guys
Le Web 3 '07: WiFi Issues Paid Members Public
Bandwidth is somewhat flaky (just like last year). I’ll get posts up when I can.