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Historical events, a story inserted into the gaps, family, relationships, tragedy. A novel by Ned Hayes.


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A tale of loss, vengeance, treachery and grief in Dark Ages Britain, written by Ned Hayes and illustrated by Nikki McClure.


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A simple model to help you plan and create effective, targeted website content.


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Switching my CalDav and CardDav environments to use smaller and more targeted software that do exactly what I want without the bloat.


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Quotes and notes from books I read on my Kindle before changing e-readers. Almost three years of reading and highlighting.


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Books, authors and reading material referenced in the Netflix television series Luke Cage.


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A catch-up after a few years of moving away from Google, proprietary software and embracing Open Source and the IndieWeb movement.


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The artist, Akala, presents a book series on YouTube where he recommends thought-provoking titles. Here is a fleshed out list with accompanying descriptions.

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European sci-fi that's as surprising to readers as it seems to have been for its author, Dave Hutchinson.


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The train, the tube, the smoke, the city. No more.


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The niche reads that big publishers let pass by and the Japanese period demon hunter drama.


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Re-launching an out-of-print series of e-books can introduce new readers to older works.


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A bookshop, a cover and a ripping yarn of disguise, deception and misdirection by Rod Duncan.


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L. J. Hutton's novel tells an alternative tale of Guy of Gisborne and Robin Hood.


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Tracking reading habits is one of the more sinister aspects of Digital Rights Management.


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A brief article on privacy in response to Jeremy Keith's 'Analytical'.


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or the trials of recording structured content in a home-made CMS.


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A kind of follow-up to articles I wrote a long time ago about Google Buzz.


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or how I learned to stop worrying and just ditch my ISA.


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My own, short, recollection of Thatcher's battle against a nation.


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A regularly-updated list of online bookshops that sell DRM-free e-books and comics in formats that work for you.

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Look after your software and it will look after you - and your data.


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The retirement of one product could herald many more new ones.


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Stretching my writing muscles, but pulling something awkward in the process.


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How I learned to stop worrying and embrace markdown.


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The trials of selecting a suitable blog platform have finally forced me to build my own.


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How awkward does it need to be to create standards-compliant HTML in some blog software?


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Search, social and results.


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Macaque monkeys may be worried about searching on Qype and other points about colour.


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When choosing colours for your website, make sure you understand the cultural and emotional relevance they may have to your users.


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The Information Commissioners Office has demonstrated how we could implement the new Cookie Law on our websites...


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Button elements in Sun's Web Application Guidelines


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Choosing web-based software for your business


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The scope of what Google are creating slowly dawns on me.


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Blog and webspace providers and your sanity.


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Usability and everyday life


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Like a scene from Tron.


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...or am I just nuts?


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These are a few of my favourite things.


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1982 Byte Magazine article describes the design process behind one of the first computer user interfaces.


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The future of IT talent.


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Consider the address as part of the design.


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AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action) is a marketing tool to support a conversion, goal-based user journey, primarily on the web.


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A Chilean legacy.


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Openness and censorship.


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After a brief hiatus it's back to blogging.


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War on Terror: the board game.


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HMRC so secure!


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Amnesty International calls for improved human rights on the internet


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Menu redundancy in open source.


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Connecting social activity.


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But not on the web, but...


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Carbon-offsetting is in the news again with the Government's attempt to be perceived as green while doing the complete opposite.


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The world we live in...


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What will the future of the web and the internet at large hold for us?


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