Monthly Archives September 2012

Coach’s Eye – new app for iOS and Android

The Coach’s Eye is an app for iPhone, Androids and tablets.  It is made by TechSmith, and allows someone to receive a video (even if in a different format) on their mobile piece of technology, write or draw on the video, add voice-over/narration, then share the video on an SNS (if you want). Cost? $4.99 […]

Plug for Siteground web-hosting service

This is a plug for the good folks who host this website – SiteGround. They just started an affiliate program, so if you buy their web-hosting service from this site, you’ll be buying me a meal. There’s also a permanent link up on my homepage: I’ve used this company for years and have no […]

How do you remember your passwords? Here’s a neat trick

Update 17 Sep, 2017: Eric at Cloudwards emailed me recently to tell me of an excellent article on this subject that really covers a lot of ground. It’s long but worth the read if you’re concerned, or even just interested, in the security of your passwords. And if you’re not, maybe you should be: My […]

Japan Earthquake Fukushima links moved to their own page

My Japan Earthquake Fukushima links have moved to their own page on this blog. See the orange tab below the name of this blog at the top of the page. I recommend the following digital products: WP GDPR Fix, a WordPress plugin that quickly and easily helps you make your WP blog GDPR compliant. Brett […]