Category Archive: Hundred words

News, thoughts, advice & some opinions

Write post about checklists. Done.

The Checklist Manifesto, by Atul Gawande

I found myself on a plane for seven hours the other day, as you do, and I passed the time reading what turned out to be a very good book: The Checklist Manifesto, How to get things right by Atul Gawande. It’s about checklists. More precisely how having a checklist for the things you do […]

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How to spot a good client?

There are many ways to go about this and any of the following are good indications: They don’t haggle you down when you quote your price. They pay the first payment for the project promptly. They sign your Terms & Conditions without hesitation (although if they ask questions about it first, that could be good […]

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Social media is not all bad

Social media is everywhere. Not everyone may be on Facebook, Twitter or whatever, but everyone knows about it. Most people have very defined views on whether it’s good or bad. And that includes people who don’t have a social media account. It’s easy to say it’s all bad, it encourages cyber bullying, it wastes our […]

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Seeing Dropbox at work

More and more we rely on the cloud to store our information. I am no different from anyone else – I am a keen and heavy user of Dropbox. With Dropbox I can access all my files from any device, without the need for USB sticks. Or remembering to put the stuff I need on […]

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Going on a website adventure

A web page is like a story. It has a beginning, a middle and an end. As you venture down the page more details of the story are revealed. On your quest the story might leading you down a side story. That’s another page of the website. At some point it might lead you back […]

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Like minded people

On running a business. It’s hard. It’s fun. It’s keeping a lot of plates spinning at the same time. It brings a lot of questions to which you don’t always know the answer. On going to conferences. You meet other people who do the same thing as you. You share stories and experiences. You discover […]

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