Welcome to the July 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features all the latest news and going on in the web design and developer world. This month features a new kid on the SSG block. Schools are out for summer so there is a fresh load of learning resources.
Welcome to the June 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features all the latest news and going on in the web design and developer world. Furthermore, there has been a couple of major announcements from both Microsoft and Apple. On the security front, Western Digital are also in the news and a mysterious trojan is lurking.
Welcome to the March 2021 edition of web design and development. This month’s edition features Microsoft trying to become a monopoly in an attempt to purchase Discord. Two Tech companies have reached milestones and have celebrated big birthdays. As usual, it features a selection of posts in the design and development world. Enjoy!
Welcome to the November 2020 roundup of Web Design and Development news. In this month’s edition, we feature the release of Mac’s latest OS. The 8th Version of the PHP programming language has been released. The changes appear to make it nicer to work with. Only time will tell!
With high unemployment rates, many people are struggling with little cash. Students are no exception either. Many people are now taking advantage of the Internet to seek part-time jobs. Luckily, there are different money-making apps for students, and you can access them using your smartphone.
Gambling, casinos, spin and win, is big business. No doubt everybody has had a flutter now and again. A little bet on the horses or your favourite sport won’t break the bank. If you have an addictive personality, one bet might lead to misery down the line. The expressions “Just one more time” or “When the fun stops, stop!” won’t help. By that time your bank is empty and your destroyed. In this article, we’ll explore the tricks of the trade to part with your money. Once you’re hooked what they do to keep you there.
We are all consumers. Whether it’s the food we eat, the clothes we wear or the technology we use. We buy the goods, thus feeding the rich companies. We use our purchases until they break, which is generally outside its warranty. If something comes along that’s better we sell them.
Replacing them 12 months later because it’s faster and better than the previous model. We live in a consumerist world intertwined with a capitalistic society. A business degree is not needed in this case! Technology has advanced so much over the past 20 years does it actually help or are we tied in even further?
Welcome to my light-hearted review of Catalina. My Mac is 7 years old and my last review of a Mac OS was back in 2014. The Mac in question has lasted longer than any Windows Computer that I have ever owned. As the last DIY upgradeable Mac, I added an SSD and 16GB RAM. If only they let you do that now! Over the last few years, old Macs have been incompatible with the latest operating system. Being 7 years old I thought it was time. Apple ceases to amaze me (please humour me) by making my MacBook Pro compatible with Catalina. I had my doubts that it would run. I navigated my way to the App Store with my inner voice telling me no, don’t do it!
I first became interested in Apple computers when I saw the design of the Power Mac G4, it looked stylish, contemporary and like nothing in its time. Unfortunately, you had to be in the ‘Mac Club’ to afford it. I wasn’t but still dreamed of owning a Mac one day. Fast forward 8 years to 2012 when my late fiancé bought me one for Christmas. It was at the time when they were still expensive. Retina screens were kicking off and the non-retina model, that I have, were more affordable.
Welcome to WOW Weekly. Sony unlock an extra core and release the much awaited Playstation 2 games for the Playstation 4 on the Sony store with added features and benefits that might just make them worth spending your money. Apple release it programming language, swift, and all its tools with an open source license. Our new releases this week include Linux Mint 17.3 and GIMP.