A few months ago I made a post about how GitHub can be used to host flat websites. It’s a concept I’ve been mulling over since then, looking at ways I can use this to my advantage and, in doing … Continue reading Using BitBucket for a public info store
You may or may not know that I don’t just do webby, governmenty stuff. I also record music, write a bit and try to make short films (try being the operative word because we don’t seem to have got anything concrete off the ground so far!) Anyway, Dan, with who I do all of the above activities, is a rabid iPhone owner who is constantly ribbing me for my love of Googles Android OS. Every time we go down that route I try to come up with a number of reasons, other than the devices it runs on being cheaper … Continue reading Google + Amazon = remind me again why I should buy an iPhone?
Two topics in this post, one which I should have blogged about a month ago but somehow totally forgot to! I’m particularly pleased with the Lincoln Christmas Market website. Launched mid July 2009, it’s self hosted on a WordPress MU install. The idea behind it is to provide a platform to easily release information about the market as it becomes available, be very customisable for the City Council and also promote discussion and involvement. There are plans to use it to liveblog the actual market, posting pictures and video as they are taken. Hopefully I’ll post up about this when … Continue reading Lincoln Christmas Market and Screengrab!