Tracking unusual traffic on your WordPress website using Splunk Community Edition – Part 1


Low volume on videos on YouTube via a Mac….


Selecting O365 in the Digital Age – Part 1 (Setting the Scene – and what is this Digital Thingy??)…


Raspberry Pi and Retro Arcade Adventures – Part 1 – Setting the scene …


Raspberry Pi and Retro Arcade Adventures – Part 2 – All the fun of the piCADE …

November 4, 2020

Apple 2020 27″ 5K Retina – an honest review ….

I guess if I was to sum up the 2020 27″ iMac I would say; “Everything stays the same, but everything changes”. Cryptic I know, but I shall explain. The device is visually identical to every iMac since the 2015 model. I know this as I purchased the 2020 version to replace my ageing 2015 […]

October 19, 2020

Zesty Garlic Butter Prawns

I have a thing for Prawns. I know that they are not for everyone – but, when cooked well and served with the right accompaniment (usually garlic – lots of it) they are truly out of this world! Back before COVID-19, when I worked from the office near where I live – I used to […]

June 16, 2020

Perfect Poached Eggs …

So, many years ago I learned how to make the perfect poached eggs to impress my girlfriend at the time. She was someone who was very important to me and I wanted her to wake up each morning where I would bring these to her (as a poached egg was one of favourite things). However, […]

April 18, 2019

Selecting O365 in the Digital Age – Part 2 (So we wanna a thingy with a dowaadi-diddy…)

Well, so it seems that finishing this series could take years (literally)  …. hmmmm! So, in the last part of this series I had a little bit of a ramble introducing the situation that an organisation that I work for had when pondering the various options around messaging and collaboration tools, and how that decision was […]

March 6, 2019

My MacBook Air 2018 (honest) review…

So, just to be upfront and people don’t accuse me of being a total Apple “Fan Boy” – I’m not; over my years working in IT I have learned to become technology agnostic and appreciate all our industry has to offer (for the most part). In my (considerably) younger days I had worked with Banyan […]

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