Way back, I started writing a post about a BA data breach. As I recall I started it with the best intentions – but never actually got round to finishing it, and for some (as yet undefined reason) – set a publish date of today. So today the blog dutifully published the partly written blog
Today’s story about The BA loss of data left me thinking about the language used when describing unauthorised data access. In the news report was that ba had suffered a data breach and it’s this description that
I spotted this screen at M&S by the entrance. The cabling there is awful and exposed. The grey cable at the bottom is an accessible Ethernet cable – maybe it’s patched… maybe not…who knows but it’s probably not a good idea to leave a network connection accessible there. In addition to this, there are open
On the way to work my wife and I listen to Greatest Hits FM and in particular try and guess the Morning Mouldy Mystery Oldie. At some point during the lifespan of the competition, there are some clues and the recent (3rd song) they gave the following clues. It was released in the 80’s It
I recieved an email from TUI‘s Director of Customer Experience and Insight yesterday asking me to fill in a questionaire.
I’m not really sure how I got interested in CCHits – I think it was after OggCamp 2018. For those that don’t know, CCHits is mostly associated with Jon “The Nice Guy” Spriggs and is an automated podcast offering a way to suggest and listen to new creative commons music. During OggCamp Jon was playing
At a previous employer, we investigated the use of a technology called SpecFlow – which was a really cool method of writing business driven tests. This technology idea goes under a number of different names – originally called Cucumber for the Ruby development environment – it was renamed SpecFlow for the .NET platform. I was
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Previously I’ve looked at User experience on this site in posts about Quaker oats, and big red buttons at the bowling alley. With that in mind here’s a third article relating to the Gym and user experience. PureGym Front Door Since we moved last year we have had to change gym. We chose to go with