I’ve been on the Isle of Wight festival forum for about a year now and this year is no different to last, hundreds of questions that have all be asked and answered before… so I thought I’d have a go at trying to bring some order to the chaos.
Wikifest, a basic wiki (powered by Wikki Wakka Wiki) with no customisation from me other than a 30 second “web 2.0” logo 😛
This is my first real foray into creating/editing wiki content (previously I’ve had a play with entries on wikipedia).
IoW festival launched their lineup this morning and it’s looking bloody good so far!!
Hopefully going to buy into the whole “veedub” scene and hire ourselves a funky little type 2 camper van.
Ooh get me, my own blog…
I decided that in the interest of SEO my Myspace (and more recently trig.com) blogs just don’t cut the mustard, not to mention the hassle of cross-posting.
I’m a web developer (full time and also freelance) from Peterborough, UK. I tend to work closely with the automotive aftermarket industry (manufacturers, distributors and retailers) but take on work from other industries too (charities, Intranets).
Outside of the code I’m partial to a bit of comedy (watching, not performing) and the usual CV-inspired guff of reading, music, etc.
If you’ve stumbled on this blog from Google, you might want to visit my homepage or then again, you might not.