James is …
Working in inbound marketing, and drinking loads of coffee.
He is living and working in the West Midlands.
How Long Will My Coffee Last?
-- Adam Pash from Lifehacker.com
"Handy for your office or home"
"...all coffee drinkers will immensely appreciate"
-- LA Weekly
"online abascus for the caffeine-starved"
James started a new tech/interests blog: blog.webjames.co.uk .
James got a new toy - a new iPad, and on launch day - already addicted to Flipboard.
How long will my coffee last is born! Check it out !
James moved to Solihull.
His Bookmarks …
Just some of his favourite sites:
See his blog at blog.webjames.co.uk
WordPress has been updated to 3.5.1 – I have updated heroku-wordpress-svbtle to this version. I have also updated wp-svbtle to the latest, I have forked the repo so I can keep track of the changes here: webjames/wpsvbtle. The changes that i have made are: I have added a website link to the theme options to [...]
In a previous post I told you how to set up WordPress on Heroku using the Svbtle theme. This post will expand on that set up by adding email – this is useful for password resets and alerts of comments. The changes in this post have been merged into the same GitHub repository as before. [...]
Link: ‘Paul Salopek: Going for a seven-year walk‘ US journalist Paul Salopek is going to spend the next seven years walking from Ethiopia to the tip of South America, retracing the journey of early humans out of Africa and around the world. I’ve read Bill Bryson’s excellent book A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America [...]
In an earlier post I looked at hosting WordPress on AWS – whilst this is still valid this new post focuses on a different approach. The decision to use Heroku was all do to with the simplicity of the set up, and the significant reduction of the hassles that go along with managing your own server. [...]
Link: ‘This Isn’t the Petition Response You’re Looking For‘ is a great response to the petition to “Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016“. The petition at the time of writing has 34,435 signatures!