<tl;dr> Saying please and thank you really works. Actual real-life professors say so. Not only do you get a better response, but it’s good for you, too. I am definitely a novice at this whole parenting thing. Another parenting triumph #dadfail… [read more]
<tl;dr> Twitter buttons stopped showing how many times a page is shared damaging social proof and potentially their own growth. The count is down On 20, November 2015 millions, if not billions, of Twitter buttons stopped displaying the numbers of… [read more]
Do you spend an inordinate amount of time on conference calls? From noisy offices, coffee shops or coworking spaces? Are the children making a racket in the background whilst you’re sharing your words of wisdom? <tl;dr> Here’s the keyboard shortcuts… [read more]
This evening’s challenge: find a set of free icons which will link to core social media sites. As a minimum, the set needs to include icons for
A while back, Danny, friend and long-time cricket partner – an unbroken run of
five six years Twenty20 Cup finals – told me about his dream of creating a new type of music company.
As I was writing the post about phrases from baseball becoming a part of everyday office jargon, a Sunday evening TV stalwart flashed back into memory. The master of corporate gibberish was Gus Hedges from Channel 4’s Drop the Dead Donkey.
This video has been doing the rounds of Twitter, Digg and no doubt dozens of other social network-type tools. Having the dubious privilege of being one of the geekier people in the Chinwag office means what you see below sometimes hs a frightening similarity to my days.
Laydeez and Gentlemen. The website is down…
It’s not terribly heartening is it? After months of doom and gloom for every news outlet you care to sample about the credit crunch and impending economic doom, you spot this sign as you shamble towards work one morning…