You seem to have found my web blog/place I moan about tech/occasionally useful site thing!
Hi there! I'm Shane and I'm a web developer based in Nottingham, England. That's me on the right (the guy in the hat, not the 7 year old girl - that's my daughter).
I built this site as a fun side project in my spare time. I enjoy writing tutorials and tech related articles so that's mostly what you'll find here.
I'm always looking for fun projects to get involved in and I'd love to get more involved in open source. If you have an open source project and would like an extra pair of hands, please do let me know!
Enjoy the site!
Sometimes I write stuff down. Sometimes it even makes sense.
Social media has gone mad over the last week with photos of a creepy looking woman who apparantly tries to get kids to commit suicide. We'll look into Momo and how to keep kids safe on the internet.
Published On: Friday 1st of March 2019 11:08:07
Free software and tools are always welcome - So I made a list thing.
Find free and useful tools without having to go to a million different pages first.Gimme Free Stuff!
Little projects I've built in my spare time.
A fun Pokedex application built in Laravel. Uses the PokeApi to search for and show results.Read More
A first attempt at coding with React.js. Uses the Microsoft Translator Text API 3.0.Read More
At first glance, Amy Dowd’s Facebook account appears perfectly normal. There is a smiling profile picture of a young woman surrounded by autumnal leaves and the date that she began a new job at Southeast Missouri State University. But look more closely and things begin to seem strange. Unlike most 29-year-olds, Amy has no friends, no ...Read More
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company reviews political ads on its platforms, striking middle ground between Facebook and Twitter.Read More
According to the organisers, a total bonus of $1 million has been put up “to deliver a feast of cyber security technologies.” And the leading hackers from the world’s leading hacker nation have not disappointed. Last year saw the inaugural TFC which ...Read More
Three months after the United States handed over an extension to Huawei, the Department of Commerce has given another temporary license to the Chinese telecommunications equipment giant. "The Temporary General License extension will allow carriers to continue to service customers in some of the most remote areas of the United States who would ...Read More