Monthly Archives: October 2010

1 for $5, 5 for $20

If it wasn’t enough that last week Eric Ries told me to stop wasting my time today I read a brilliant response on Hacker News to a developer who was depressed about the lack of attention for his brilliant ideas. You seem to have been terribly misled. Only very rarely do products sell themselves. 99% […]

Thursday Update

Friday, already? Wow, another week, that has gone really fast. Beautifully summed up by this tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/zssz/status/27435575863 I don’t have much to talk about this week as I’ve been head down and coding solidly for the last five days. I’ve embarked on a large re-factor of the code which I knew I’d have to do, […]

The Office Revealed

Philippa and I moved house a couple of weeks ago and part of the move was to make sure I could have a productive work environment, so the house we’ve picked was chosen in part for the home office environment. Here are a couple of pictures of the state of the office two weeks in… […]

Thursday Night Update

Thursday is my blogging day, I’ve got a recurring quest in Epic Win ( 912 miles travelled, Level 3 skeleton thing, thanks for asking ) and I mean to stick to it. So weekly progress reports are going to be the default unless I get particularly inspired. Incidentally, for the rest of my schedule, Monday […]

How the Code Amplifer logo was born

I now have the final version of the Code Amplifier logo. You can see it at the top of the page. Beautiful isn’t it? I need to give a huge thank you to Adam Sullivan the super-talented graphic designer who created the logo for me. ┬áHe’s an enormously talented man. You can tell because he’s […]