Out of Alpha…

| June 29, 2016

Well, it seems the prototype went down well. As in, “where’s the beta?” well. Come on guys, I’ve been building for a week. Even I can’t do an entire ad network from back-of-envelop to beta in that time. Be glad you have a working alpha – especially since building the beta means I’m about to […]

The Referendum and Educated Voters

| June 24, 2016

Since I was asked, what I was doing during the Referendum? I believe in an educated electorate, and I was upholding my principles.This meant running a site that actually called both sides out on their rubbish and scaremongering.For Leave – focusing on Immigration when there are a whole host of other issues, and getting surprised […]

The Referendum

| June 23, 2016

I voted today, first thing, in the rain. It was worth it, and possibly the only thing I can do that would affect history. Almost one hundred years ago today my great-grandfather took part in an event that made history and in the process inhaled the mustard gas that would eventually kill him. All I […]

Update on EU VAT – Oh boy

| June 1, 2016

EU VAT – Oh boy. Free trade? Yeah, that’s rather scuppered. I work with a lot of small businesses and microbusinesses. The EU VAT laws that say an online firm must know the location of its customers, produce two pieces of evidence, store the data for ten years, and charge and remit VAT to that […]