Monthly Archives: December 2007

2007: A Year In Review

This last year, quickly drawing to a close, has been one of new beginnings and growth for me. I don’t often reflect on a previous year like this at the turning of the new year, but this year I thought I’d make a break from my traditional beer and Jools Holland evening. The new beginnings… Read more »

BBC homepage preview – built with open source?

That cheeky chappy Jeremy Keith has got a photo of a possible new BBC homepage design. The BBC is one of the most visited sites on the web, so when they make a change people tend to notice. I’m not going to comment on the design itself much (although I think it’s quite nice, but… Read more »

The Open Source Car

OK, it’s not quite open source but it is a worldwide community effort to design a car that will actually be good for the world. Looks like a fantastic idea: Vehicle Design Summit.

Yorkshire Twist: Part 1

Over the next few months I hope to make some pretty big changes regarding the way I do business. The biggest change is my company name, currently, will change to Yorkshire Twist. Sounds like a cocktail involving ferrets, I know. Let me explain. The Yorkshire bit speaks for itself. I’m based in the heart… Read more »