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So you’re looking for a super simple, light-weight, slightly hacky, solution for encouraging social engagement, promoting excellent customer feedback and managing comments on articles and posts?
All with little effort and no extra services.
A few lines of CSS, and the right call-to-action button will do.
Here it is – the no-plugin, no-service, no-faff Twitter comment system for blogs and other media engagement.
Continue reading Twitter as Comments, for Blogs & SME Brand Social Engagement
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Learning the hard way that; Pain, Demotivation and Low-productivity can creep-up when you’re knee-deep in a startup or long project. You already take the time to ensure your tech and business model is setup and working well for you – so why not physical health too?
Once you fix your workstation – you’d be surprised at the subtle low-levels of physical pain relief, as well as the acute pain relief too. You become more motivated, more productive and much more engaged in the same-old-tasks – seemingly like magic.
Nurture yourself and those around you, before you fall apart and seize up like an old machine trying to reach the dividends.
A London based company I’ve had the pleasure of working with teaches such Magic to mere-mortals like ourselves, via eLearning…
Continue reading DSE Workstation Safety for Serious Computer Users
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‘tmux-hints‘ is a small shell script I wrote used to display a live cheat-sheet – or key-mapping notes – in a terminal running tmux.
As you switch from one program to another, your notes update automatically with that programs notes instead. Great for new key-combos and noobs alike.
After gaining some popularity, mainly from Reddit, I had some great feedback ready to put into action.
Version 0.3, improves on existing concepts and implementation mainly thanks to /u/vogelke and others commenting their experiences.
Continue reading tmux-hints.sh v0.3 Update! The Terminal Cheat-sheet app for Devs
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TLDR; Use a Password Manager like 1Password, it makes your day-to-day life easier, more secure and can protect yourself & those around you in an emergency too.
If you’re a individual, or even a key-player in a SME business, you’ve probably already come across the nightmare situation where something vital becomes that-bit-trickier when the person holding the digital-keys is missing.
What would you do when your colleague is sick and you need access to their account?
All the careful planning will only get you so far, sometimes services disconnect and you need access to an account right-now.
The situation only gets worse when you die, how will your loved ones access your accounts quickly when they need too? Here’s the simple solution.
Continue reading “Digital Will” – a Last Will & Testament, for Your Online-life
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A great replacement to Sublime Text 3’s SFTP plugin with a similar setup and workflow, but with the power of Vim.
Continue reading SFTP for Vim
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Being comfortable using terminal means nothing when getting used to new shortcuts, key-combos and custom mappings can be a memory-game.
I’ve ended up with a bunch of note files containing hints for all the things I should have remembered by now. There’s a better way...
Continue reading tmux-hints.sh: The auto cheatsheet for vim, zsh, tmux etc.
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Wiring in – getting down to some standard bug-squishing or building that mental-map is almost always easier with the right motivation in any profession…
Continue reading Music for Programmers, Developers and Concentration