Lunch in Salubrious Surroundings

Yesterday, a couple of us TrainStormers met up with a potential new client in Bradford (that’s the UK version, not any of the US ones). After the meeting we found that our poor tummies were rumbling, so we set off in search of sustenance. Now,  Bradford is a...

Hello Mozilla? Nobody at Home!

I think most developers would agree that any Internet browser’s better than IE. I might be wrong, but actually, I have clients, such as accountants and sports coaches who have moved on to other options for preference. I personally moved onto Mozilla Firefox...

Technical or Lay? Addressing an Audience

The thought of attending networking events usually fills me with mild dread, wondering whether all other attendees will be everyone-else-knowing veterans, thus setting me out as a must-not-be-allowed-in outsider. Even though I’m relatively chatty, I’m a polite type of...

Where does the Time Go?

Where does the time go? Not to all the things that we’d like, that’s for sure. Personally, we’ve been meaning to get back into the habit of writing these blog posts on a regular basis. Unfortunately (or fortunately I suppose) we’re so busy...
Are You Accessible?

Are You Accessible?

We’re all pretty well used to living life in a world that offers at least some acknowledgement of disability. The legal requirement for ramps and lifts have been with us for some years, as have tactile, flashing and beeping crossing indicators, but there are some that...

Murder! The Internet’s Killing the High Street

First it was the threat of out-of-town shopping centres and retail parks that offered easy, free parking, now its the Internet’s time to turn the screw, as it really begins to make it’s presence felt on the high street. A great many potential shoppers spend time...