So it’s been a bit quiet on here of late. In part it’s because of the extra work being put into the business and house of late. I haven’t been sprinting so much, and I’ve been doing a lot of playing with technology.
What blogging I have been doing has been on the A Liverpool Web Designer blog hosted at WordPress.com – in there you’ll find various technology articles. Including my proud little post where I worked out how to blog properly on WordPress from an iPhone.
What else has been happening? Well the Elise has been sitting in the rain, doing nothing. I’m rather ashamed about that, but I’m trying to get into my head that it’s time to start using it more. With less track time in the past year than at any point for five years or more, I’m feeling rusty and slow. Not only that, but driving a fast car is losing its appeal. Time to change that. Soon.
I’ve also been fiddling away with some other experiments, some of which have shown on this site – for example, blogging from a Nokia N95 (or many other Symbian phones), Facebook connections and so on. That’s meant that I’ve been rather diversified. Which could be bad, could be good. Personally I just think it’s a sign of learning and progress. There’s a lot going on in the world and if our company, Interconnect IT, is to succeed in its ambition of being a technology led company, we need to understand what people are doing with technology, what they want to do, and how they do it. We also need to understand their problems, the hurdles they face, and so on.