I’ve been writing a handful of student guides for The Student Room website, and this is my second guide that focusses on a private accommodation provider. Here then, is my guide to renting a room from Vita Student Accommodation.
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.
MacFormat, issue 286: two reviews, Data Rescue 4 and Drag Dock.
Your Family Tree, issue 155: my regular reviews page, covering Ancestral Quest Basics, GEDCOM Validator 3.0 and MyHeritage for Android 3.0.
I have one tutorial and three reviews in the latest issue of Future’s best-selling Mac magazine. I’ve contributed a two-page guide to troubleshooting problems using the free FastTasks utility, plus contributed reviews on MoneyWiz 2, Parallels Access for iOS 2.5, and FlowVella. Please click here for more details and to order.
I’ve contributed a tutorial, the lead feature and my regular Support Squad column to the brand new issue of Windows Help & Advice. The lead feature reveals 50 essential tools and tips for doing more with Windows 8.1 (and Windows 7), while the tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to finding files using a new free program called Rummage. The issue also includes my regular four-page Q&A column, which answers readers questions. For more details and to order, please click here.