07 Jan 2019
Brexit, bloody Brexit. If you’re in the UK, there’s no escaping the talk of Brexit. Not even this little blog is safe. It’s not surprising really, considering in a little over two months, the UK will be leaving the EU, and yet still no one has any idea what leaving the EU will actually entail.
02 Jan 2019
So the last time I posted an income report was August. Shit, that’s a long time. But, a lot has happened since then - I moved house in October, and more importantly, in December I became a father! The arrival of our baby girl is the main reason this blog has been a little neglected.
18 Oct 2018
It’s been five months since the GDPR rules came into effect, and while the idea was a good one, the rules themselves are at times ill-defined and open to interpretation, and left a lot of people very confused. This weekend I learned that even the UK Government themselves can’t quite get it right.
29 Aug 2018
Moodle has been around since 2002, so it's a very mature technology, with just about every feature you could possibly require of a Learning Management System. This review will look at the good and bad aspects of Moodle, and to whom it is best suited.
15 Aug 2018
While the Saber Feedback tool is a fantastic addition to any site, it offers particularly useful features for eLearning and instructional design businesses. In this blog post I take a look at how Saber has enabled a thriving eLearning hub for doctors to develop and grow.
11 Aug 2018
So this is new low for me, I managed to miss three monthly income reports. I’ve been a little late before, but this is taking the piss. In my defence, I have been very busy rebranding BugMuncher, which you may have noticed is now called Saber.
06 Aug 2018
In October 2016, Apple launched their new MacBook Pro lineup, which included the controversial Touch Bar, and new “butterfly” keyboard design. It wasn’t long before people started having issues with the new keyboards, to the extent that Apple recently issued a recall. I’m one of the many who was afflicted by keyboard issues, and this is my frankly ridiculous tale of getting it fixed.