Backup your shit.

July 11th, 2012 in Blog by 4 Comments

Seriously people.  Backup your shit.  I don’t care what you are doing now.  Stop whatever it is and go and do a backup NOW. You think I am kidding?  Don’t make me come around there….. This is the kind of ‘take to people with a stick’ attitude that is needed to get regular folks to […]

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30 days without Social Media. An experiment.

June 19th, 2012 in Blog by 7 Comments

Ok, so I read an article this morning by Steve Corona (CTO @ Twitpic) about giving up Social Media for 30 days and it struck a chord.  You can read the article here.  http://stevecorona.com/how-30-days-without-social-media-changed-my-life So rather than doing the usual thing of waiting till the end of the month for this kind of adventure or […]

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Don’t forget to archive your MobileMe.

June 17th, 2012 in Blog by 0 Comments

oh mobile me. I remember that.  It was that super early cloud offering from Apple that kind of lost relevance as time went by.  Well, if you hadn’t heard, it is being shut down at the end of the month (30th June 2012).  More details can be found here.  http://www.apple.com/mobileme/transition.html I have seen others post […]

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USA Trip. Part 1 – Pre-NAB

April 12th, 2012 in Blog by 1 Comment

Ok, so I have been in the USA for nearly a week now.  Just a bit of a pre-NAB tour of the countryside to get acclimated and ready for the mayhem that is NAB.  Part of this trip is to experience the wonder that is the yearly festival of all things broadcast – NAB Show […]

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Rendering….

February 20th, 2012 in Blog by 1 Comment

  One of my New Years goals (note. not resolution) is to write. Not write more or write heaps. Just write. I am one of those people who is constantly thinking of ideas, then gets frustrated when I cant get that idea out. It doesn’t necessarily matter if anyone is listening or reading for that […]

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Back again.

January 20th, 2012 in Blog by 2 Comments

This is really just a setup post.  Nothing more, nothing less. It’s more of a ‘hey, is this thing on?’ than a ‘hello world.’

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