Sticky post: My latest book

Back in, um, 2011, I wrote about using Scrivener to publish an ebook. And then in 2014, I wrote about the process of producing a paperback book with Createspace. Well. Since then, software has been updated, Amazon have absorbed Createspace into their Kindle self-publishing platform, and I've written another book. So I thought it would … Continue reading Sticky post: My latest book

Podcastination Nation

Thought it was about time for an update on what's in the 'casting playlist. I just subscribed to The Missing Cryptoqueen (BBC), which was featured on this week's Fortunately (also BBC). It's the story of what appears to be a financial scam on a massive scale: a Ponzi scheme masquerading as a cryptocurrency. It's a … Continue reading Podcastination Nation

Apple and Education

Apple held an education event last week at a ridiculously huge high school in Chicago. It was squarely aimed at what used to be one of their core (and most loyal) markets: K-12 schools in the United States. On this side of the pond, there have only been isolated areas where Apple gets a look-in. … Continue reading Apple and Education

Will no-one rid me of this turbulent Apple Music app?

I was looking forward to iOS 10 for one main reason: I was hoping that the infuriating, vexatious, troublesome Apple Music app would be fixed, somehow. I was even prepared to put up with its new, even-more-fucking-ugly appearance if it would stop annoying me. (I don't like the San Francisco font that has taken over … Continue reading Will no-one rid me of this turbulent Apple Music app?