Social media for marketing

Like everyone else I get promotional mails, sales and marketing stuff in my inbox. The majority of these mails auto-magically ends up in the trash, labelled as spam. Thank heavens for improved spam filtering! Some mails I might hastily and/or accidentally scan through, even happens I read some. The reason, or inspiration, for this blog post, came in the…read more>>

WordPress & lay-out: less is more

Web design and content presentation trends have changed a lot over the past 10-20 years. Long gone is tolerance for, and patience with, 100+ lines paragraphs, cluttered pages, word and function density beyond sensible measures. With better tools and platforms previous layout and presentation methods have gotten their renaissance. Use of large fonts, lots of air on the page…read more>>

One of my favorite applications

… definitely is Applied Acoustics’ Lounge Lizard. If you’re a keyboard player I’d be surprised if the name and manufacturer is unknown, and Lounge Lizard not already in your portfolio of soft instruments. Whether you’re a professional or an amateur, virtuoso or average, this is a must have for anyone who love Fender Rhodes and electric pianos. A truly inspiring package for almost anyone….read more>>

Private Cloud, some experiences

Not long ago I blogged about Public vs. Private Cloud services. Now I’ll share some hands on experiences and who knows, it might be worth reading? WD MyCloud Mirror – it’s alright (literally) Right before Christmas eve 2014 I bought a WD MyCloud Mirror 4TB NAS or Private Cloud solution on a whim. It’s called Mirror because it is a…read more>>

Google Remote desktop, worth testing

Accessing desktops remotely has been possible for a long long time. But before such tools were either insecure, not designed for cross-platform, internet use, or downright expensive. “Ages” ago we used software from a vendor called NetOp. At the time we used it there weren’t many contenders or alternatives.The software had lots of good features, best…read more>>