14 posts • joined 27 Sep 2011
No I'm not pleased to see you.
I've just fallen off my bloody bike.
Re: Monthly licensing is just not realistic for us
You maybe a bit miffed to read that Fireworks is getting canned then.
Re: talktalk 'accidentally' charged us for two accounts over 3 years...
would have been nice if we thought of it at the time... they paid up pretty pronto after that.
funny thing was, after the tweet with the solicitor's mention, every emailed reply had this at the top:
That firm is actually our company solicitor's, but I guess they needn't be when it comes to social media ;-)
Openreach... don't get me started. £330 for a hole in the wall:
talktalk 'accidentally' charged us for two accounts over 3 years...
1 tweet later (also mentioning our lawyers twitter account in the same tweet):
that's how much it costs for open reach to drill a hole thru your wall.
if anyone needs a hole drilled I'll do it for £250
seems it was only temporary
they are not entirely useless for business purposes
We've developed plenty of internal gadgets that provide desktop reporting and alert on remote apps/processes.
Many of our freelancers also use this http://www.getharvest.com/widget
So I'm pretty damn annoyed to see them go TBH
just change the name
no big deal
if this were to stand...
then I'm surprised el reg itself hasn't been taken to court...
In the uk
And I have music, apps and books in purchased section of iTunes.... literally nothing has ever been more exciting than this.
too busy masturbating outside the apple store to read this.
iphone 31%, ipad 24%.... rounded down.
On sites I run, with a truly global reach, iOS devices account for 55% of mobile traffic for the last month. Android is at 17%. RIM on 3%. Symbian on 14%.
GA stats, fyi
So the win on the interweb is currently in the hands of the fruity one IMHO.
On another note... its only in the last 3 months or so that Android has been going up fast. Although that could also be to do with the site's getting more traffic in general.