I’ve been speaking to a number of small businesses recently who have a desire to go paperless. Apart from also desperately needing to get rid of the mountains of paper both at home and work, at fastLabs we also strongly believe in the concept of ‘eating your own dog food’ – in other words using one’s own products or […]
Following the general upset this week with the release of a study where Facebook allowed it’s newsfeed to be manipulated during a study of emotional contagion a Google Chrome plugin for Facebook has been released by Artist/Programmer Lauren Mccarthy. The study can downloaded here. The plugin is available in the Chrome Webstore.
A lot of people are angry about the baby that died in East London yesterday after being abandoned in on the street in a plastic bag – and well they should! But please spare a moment to remember that the mother is also a human being and we don’t know her circumstances. We don’t don’t know at […]
Would still like to play with Google Glass but somewhat glad I’m not an early adopter of this technology…
Hard to believe Brenin and Penda were ever this small!
I just thought I’d write a very quick post on the redevelopment of fastQuotes. First of all we are still big fans of Codeigniter from EllisLab, so no change there. Codeigniter is a great PHP framework that doesn’t try to do to much! Unlike some other frameworks it doesn’t back you into a corner of […]
An Open Letter to Travis Willis, Dealer Principal and Mr Chase Williams, Used Vehicle Manager Buffalo Toyota King Williams Town Regarding: Zan Lang Dear Mr Willis I have to say it’s rare these days to find customer service that makes one smile, let alone customer service that makes one want to write to a company […]
Yesterday someone at CCS IT Training mentioned the ability to lock Windows quickly using Win+L. Somehow I had missed this shortcut so I thoughts I’d write a short post on some of the Windows shortcuts I use everyday. First of all the basics. These I learnt on my first Mac back in 1997ish and pretty […]