Rather than “new year, new me”, I just want to set some goals for 2019, and doing it publicly keeps me accountable!
I originally started a private blog years ago to make note of useful development bits and pieces. Nowadays there’s a little of everything here, from development and digital news to gaming and guitar stuff.
Updating to the new macOS Mojave I found that I could no longer ‘vagrant up’.
I’ve always been curious about streaming, and with the recent release of a game I’d backed on Kickstarter it seemed like the perfect chance.
I’m using Lent as an excuse to try and break some bad habits and form some good ones – and making it public keeps me accountable!
With the release of WooCommerce 3.0, options for lightboxes and other features have been removed – enable these with a snippet in your functions.php file.
A lesser spotted ‘weekly’ reading list appears! Some happy moments in a hectic week, with a little self-promotion scattered in for good measure.
Graphic designer Beeple has created a piece of art every day as a self-set challenge for the past 10 years. Show-off.
Mac OS Sierra claims PCGen is ‘damaged’, but bypassing Gatekeeper will allow the application to run properly again.
Simple CSS fix for Owl Carousel flash / blank bug when using fadeIn / fadeOut transitions and loop enabled.
Paris-based Parallel Studio’s Unsatisfying animation is a gorgeous ode to the annoying, the disappointing, the frustrating.
Seeing strange character encoding in a migrated WordPress site, I had a look into character sets and found a nice easy fix.
iOS 10 introduces a new banner to help users unsubscribe from mailing lists – and email marketers are panicking over it.