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Making History with your Out-of-Date WordPress Site

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The ‘Panama Papers’ hack has done web developers everywhere a great service. Mossack Fonseca provided a live demonstration of what can happen when businesses ignore the most fundamental and widely advertised web security advice: keep your site software up to date. Security Experts have linked the so called ‘Panama Papers’ hack to outdated WordPress and… Continue Reading →

Red Peak FTW

Read Peak FTW

Yes, I know it’s all the thing to be talking about the Flag at the moment. But from a place of mild disinterest and bemusement, like many others I’ve become alarmed at the prospect that our national flag could well change for the worse. Setting aside the larger question of why $25M of perfectly good… Continue Reading →

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Nelson Bays Harmony Website Refresh

Nelson Bays Harmony

Busy times of late with some really interesting projects on the go, some of which I can’t share with you because your security clearance just doesn’t cut it. But you knew that and came here anyway, so one small update I can tell you about dear reader, is the refresh of the Nelson bays Harmony… Continue Reading →

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Midyear Update

Lee Woodman's String Theory Exhibition

If a common theme has emerged from the work I’m doing at the moment it’s both the versatility of the WordPress platform and challenges facing businesses seeking appropriate solutions to their needs.

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