Imparture has just published a second wave of social media and marketing playbooks, written by a variety of different authors and covering subjects as diverse as Google Analytics, corporate blogging, Conversion Rate Optimisation and SEO. I edited the vast majority of these titles, and also wrote the synopses that now appear for each playbook on the site.
TechRadar has just published my recently revised and updated guide to connecting your laptop or other mobile device to your TV for streaming and display mirroring purposes. Please click here to read it.
1&1 UK has just published my blog post, 10 essential (and free) tools every blogger needs. Featured tools include Content Strategy Helper, WP-Markdown, Shortcodes Ultimate and PhotoPin – links to each of the featured tools can be found in the blog post.
In total, I’ve contributed around 90 posts to the 1&1 website over the past 10 months, covering a wide range of topics from social media and blogging to plug-in roundups and getting the most out of various 1&1 services. Click the 1&1 Internet link at the top of this page to access the latest posts published on the 1&1 US website.
Future’s latest edition of its best-selling Mac magazine is in the newsagents (and on digital devices) now, and features my two-page tutorial on keeping folders in sync across multiple Macs using the open-source Syncthing tool. Find out how to subscribe to print and/or digital editions here, or order the current issue here.
My work features heavily in this month’s edition of Future’s Windows magazine. I wrote the lead feature, Speed up your PC, plus contributed two new tutorials on organising your desktop using Nimi Places and opening multiple Office documents in a single, tabbed window.
In addition to my regular four-page Support Squad column, the issue also features another two previously published tutorials of mine – how to extend AutoCorrect to any program, and a guide to recovering data if your PC fails.
For more details and to order, please click here.
I’ve just discovered that a cut-down version of my Moneywiz 2 review from MacFormat issue 285 has now been published online at the Mac|Life website.
My work features three times in the latest issue of the UK’s best-selling Mac magazine. There’s a two-page tutorial on performing a password audit using LastPass, plus a review of BusyContacts and a ghost-written piece extolling the virtues of the free InstantShot screen capture tool. For more details and to order, please click here.
The latest issue of Future’s magazine for Windows PC owners is on the shelves now, and features two of my tutorials in addition to my regular Support Squad column. These are guides to taking better screenshots with PicPick, and ageing photos using Vintager. Full details and ordering information can be found here.
My beginner’s guide to using Windows 8.1 effectively, which was previously published in a Future Bookazine, has now been made available for all to read online at the LifeHacker UK website.
I’m also in the process of writing a feature on building robots for the purposes of teaching children about programming and robotics, with the featured products approved by the UK’s STEM enterprise. This is due for submission next week.