I attended a wedding over the weekend and happened to see my mother-in-law for the first time in nearly a year. It wasn't as painful as you might imagine.
Social hacking and breaches like the AP Twitter account are by far the most common sort of cyber-security threat. Spotty youths with laptops or activists are not the big threat to small business; the threat to you is about your banking and finance details, your
joined Will Faulkner on his daily show on Midlands 103FM today to discuss the story of a child in Britain, a 4 year old, who has been treated by the eminent psychiatrist Dr Richard Graham, an expert on technology addiction. I first became aware of Dr
Earlier this month, at a meeting Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, the Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Francis Gurry, said policymakers had “a unique opportunity to define the key role that science, technology and innovation can play in achieving the development goals of
The XP story's almost reached its end as on April 8th 2014 Microsoft will end support for Windows XP and Office 2003. It's time to move on, but many of us haven't yet; as of February this year 39% of desktops were still using XP.
Confession: I adore Twitter. I am a confirmed, self-admitted Twitter addict. It's the social medium where I feel the most comfortable and the least restricted. If all social media is just a microcosm of the high school experience, Facebook is the sunlit courtyard where the
Two key elements disappointed analysts; search revenue, banner and video advertising lower than expected and next quarter projections about 8% lower than analysts were looking for, and yet, only moderate pre-market selling and already Yahoo! shares up on the day at $23.98. And it was
As a teenager I worked as an announcer at a small country radio station, and though I was still a dyed-in-the-wool rock fan, I developed a taste for older country music, the really twangy honky-tonk stuff. Since artists like Garth Brooks and Shania Twain
There are lots of guides and polices on the web for larger businesses who want to adopt a Bring-Your-Own-Device policy - but I've found fewer resources for sharp thinking SMEs who are embracing the BYOD movement. WIth this in mind I've
Andy O’Donoghue interviews WP Engine’s, Heather Brunner.
The most charming Kickstarter I’ve backed is Sabrina Cortugno’s Bleeding Heart campaign. Sabrina is a storyboard artist on Gravity Falls and Bleeding Heart was a step away from animation and in to the world comics.
Bleeding Heart was 28-page about a young man named Henry – a scientist-in-training who one night encounters an injured werewolf collapsed on his doorstep. Who could resist that tale? Coupled with great rewards it was an unstoppable project, soaring past 100% funding in a day, and going on to raise $23,000 from almost a thousand backers.
I really hoped I’d get to chat to Sabrina for the Podcast, not so much about Kickstarter but about Sabrina’s thoughts on animation. She attended CalArts and honed her craft at Gobelin in Paris so I was curious what she’d found – story or pictures, what’s first in making great animation?