While for many Last FM stopped existing as a service when they ceased their premium subscription radio service, there remains a very viable use for the service that even existed prior to the launch of streaming – “scrobbling”, or in lay man’s terms, the logging of every… [ Read More ]
While 1.3.5 didn’t really merit a posting on account of it being a very small patch type release, 1.3.6 has a bit more meat on the bones.
Translations have made a bold debut into the WordPress plugin repository with a nice GUI for any code-shy translators to assist with their… [ Read More ]
After over two years of no updates to my calendar plugin for WordPress I’ve pushed out a change tonight. Even two years ago fixes had, for some time, been purely tweaks based on bug reports. While this latest change is not to be described as a significant update, it… [ Read More ]
During a trip to Finland to celebrate Chris and Elina's pending wedding, Shweta and I took the opportunity to take in the sights and do a spot of hiking in one the national parks
Shweta and I stayed with my parents for the weekend and headed into Verulamium park with the zoon lens to capture some shots of the new births on the lake
Everytime I renew my S/MIME certificate I always seem to wind having to consult the OpenSSL man pages to ascertain the approrpiate command to use in order to extract the certificate from the PKCS12 file I get from my certificate authority so I can share said certificate on
So when news of the Heartbleed Bug hit the tech news sites and security bulletins I decided to read up on it when I got home from work and go from there. While it’s true that some news sites aimed at the general public have gone rather over… [ Read More ]
I came across an old post on my blog the other day that was getting a lot of hits. When I viewed the page I decided that the code snippet in the article could do with an increase in text size to make it more readable.
I went into the… [ Read More ]