Many people are now writings blogs – we are all at it. Beauty Blogs, Mommy Blogs, Tech Blogs, News Blogs – too many to mention. However, it’s always helpful to find out how exactly we should be doing this. Some say just go with the flow and write how you like, what you like and how much you want, but sometimes this won’t get the post read – and we all want to be read, don’t we?
I don’t profess to be the expert. I am writing this post, not from my own tips, but showing you what I think are the most important tips that I have found, written by some brilliant bloggers. Read More
I feel it’s time that we find out a little bit more about the man behind the smile – Matt Atherton, owner of purpleplanet – Software Solutions.
What were you doing before you started purpleplanet?
Hi! I was fortunate enough to be given a fantastic start in the world of IT, when I was accepted for a position as a Desktop Applications Trainer back in the early 90′s. I had worked with computers before, but this was a chance to understand more about the functionality of products such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access, the last of which became my primary focus, as I moved into database workshops and system development. Read More
Dear Treasured Readers,
It all started off as a joke, when we discussed running a competition for “Matt’s holiday friend”. We then realized that there are probably many people needing a vacation and a companion – and so it was born…
A week’s vacation with Matt, founder, owner and Principal Consultant of purpleplanet – Software Solutions. You will need to pay for your own flight, but accommodation will be covered. Food and drink…well, we can discuss that too, I’m sure! Read More
The 76th birthday of Roger Hargreaves, the English author and illustrator who delighted generations of children with his Mr Men books, has been celebrated by the unveiling of no less than 16 Google doodles.
Ranging from Mr Forgetful to Little Miss Tiny, the doodle image changes each time the page is reloaded. Read More
News is ubiquitous, whether it’s via the TV, radio, old-fashioned newspapers or pushed straight to your iPad, and you can’t have a conversation without mentioning something in the news – Russia & Qatar hosting the World Cup, the weather being pretty cold at the moment or something about politics. Read More