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New Personal Website

February 7, 2011

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Finally finished my new website. For the foreseeable future the blog will be staying here while I work on integrating WordPress with the new site and how best to lay everything out. So go ahead and visit the new JustAnotherMark website. Advertisements

10k Apart Entries (Shameless Self Promotion)

August 23, 2010

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So I finally finished my two entries in the 10k Apart competition and the second one has been added to the site. TwitFlick is a simple app without any real purpose in life. It simply makes a couple of Ajax calls to Flickr and Twitter and displaying the latest 10 entries of each together. JQuery […]

New Theme

July 29, 2010

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A quick post to explain the reasoning behind the change of theme. The old theme was only ever meant to be temporary until I sorted out a new, custom site and theme. However a combination of customer sites, other projects, hobby photography, the desire to build a simple CMS from the ground up and a […]

Long Live The Mouse

July 28, 2010

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If you believe the hype then Apple have redefined yet another everyday item. The new Magic Trackpad will make everything better and the old mouse will be thrown out without a second thought. At least, that appears to be the thought of many people. This includes the technology editor at New Scientist when he writes […]

Moving Blogs and Printing Reports

April 20, 2010

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So I’ve decided to move my blog to WordPress hosting. The new address is https://justmark1987.wordpress.com. There are a number of reasons for this but the main one is that my old host (www.zymic.com) was fine for playing around with but their free offering was particularly slow when using MySQL. Hopefully wordpress.com will be better and […]

Who Should Decide Tuition Fees?

March 18, 2010

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Recently the Association of Graduate Recruiters produced a manifesto with a number of proposals for improvements to Higher Education (Press release here). Amongst these was a call for the end of government targets to send 50% of people to university, to include employability skills in all university courses and tax breaks for employers of new […]