Craig Parker

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Weekend Kickstarter: 7th July

Weekend Kickstarter: 7th July


Posted By on Jul 7, 2013

Welcome to the second episode of Weekend Kickstarter.

I’ve been relatively quiet on Kickstarter this week in terms of actual backing but here’s some recommendations for those not so poor right now :)

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Weekend Kickstarter

Weekend Kickstarter


Posted By on Jun 30, 2013

I’ve been using Kickstarter more and more recently, on top of that a few friends have recently launched a new project on there to raise funds for a movie they’re making and this has promoted me to start a new Kickstarter post series. I’ll be doing (my best remember) a post each weekend to discuss what I’ve looked at backing and what i’ve actually backed this week.

So without further ado, welcome to the first ever Weekend Kickstater…

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In celebration of World Book Day I wanted to offer a few extra book recommendations. Rather than tread over the obvious, LOTR, Game of Thrones etc I’m going to give you 5 things to read that are fantastic, but unlikely to make other lists today.

In no particular order…

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OK this is a quick update, a college of mine at work was getting stressed because he was spending a lot of time making file lists, his particular reason for doing this was part of a resource audit but its something a lot of people deal with everyday, especial internet marketers.

I decided to write this tiny batch file to speed up the process. Simply unzip, place in the folder you want a list of and run the file and you’ll magically get a TXT document with them all in!

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Dispelling Windows 8 Myths

Dispelling Windows 8 Myths


Posted By on Dec 2, 2012

I upgraded my Desktop to Windows 8 a few weeks ago and I really like it, it’s a solid O/S that works quickly and generates minimal problems. Through my work and social life I’ve talked about it a few times often to be met with hostility towards an operating system no one has seen let alone actually tried, mainly because there seems to be a crap load of bad information out there about what Windows 8 can and cannot do on your desktop.

Not only is it the best O/S Microsoft has put out to date it’s the first one I have ever used that truly embraces dual monitor support, it has rendered DisplayFusion completely dead to me which is a shame because that software used to be on my essentials list.

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Keeping Track of Jack Reacher

Keeping Track of Jack Reacher


Posted By on Oct 28, 2012

So i’m currently reading through all the Jack Reacher books after a good friend of mine (who goes by the name of @L_Smithy on Twitter) told me they were fun.

They are fun, and I’m enjoying reading through them but i’m always in discussions about which is my favorite/least favorite etc. so here is my ranked list so far.

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