Kindle Create and Preview

Working with Kindle Create

Amazon’s MOBI format for Kindle is strictly proscribed and validated whenever a file is uploaded to Amazon. Working with Kindle Create software should be the best route to a valid e-book file. But unless your book is the simplest, text-only layout, Kindle Create is a struggle.

Opinion: Ad Blocking and why you’re not a pirate

Web user: I hate ads. They’re annoying, intrusive, distracting, they suck up bandwidth, delay my page loads, scam me with fake content and click-bait, and show me and my kids offensive and inappropriate content that is NSFW or home and bypass my privacy and parental rights. Advertiser: That’s my revenue stream you’re talking about. That’s…

How-to: Use Dashes and Hyphens on the web

A note for the  punctuationally-challenged. There’s a brilliant article on A List Apart: The Trouble With EM ’n EN (and Other Shady Characters) by Peter K Sheerin from way back in October, 2001, now sadly marked “This article, while brilliant for its time, is now obsolete.” However the topic doesn’t go away and we’re still…

Family around radio 1955

Tomorrow’s Technology Today – Episode 19: LSD

From the HMFC Memorial Sound Archive we present another episode of the show, Tomorrow’s Technology Today from the archives. Listen to Episode Nineteen here: Painstakingly restored by Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard, with the assistance of Studio 1919, Tomorrow’s Technology Today was a pioneering broadcast which ran from 1936 to 1939.

Family around radio 1955

Tomorrow’s Technology Today – Episode 18: Hypnosis

From the HMFC Memorial Sound Archive we present another episode of the show, Tomorrow’s Technology Today from the archives. Listen to Episode Sixteen here: Painstakingly restored by Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard, with the assistance of Studio 1919, Tomorrow’s Technology Today was a pioneering broadcast which ran from 1936 to 1939.

Family around radio 1955

Tomorrow’s Technology Today – Episode 17: Shopping

From the HMFC Memorial Sound Archive we present another episode of the show, Tomorrow’s Technology Today from the archives. Listen to Episode Seventeen here: Painstakingly restored by Robin Catling and Victoria Pritchard, with the assistance of Studio 1919, Tomorrow’s Technology Today was a pioneering broadcast which ran from 1936 to 1939.