I made a couple of website changes recently: Started a new photography site, Toronto Tuesday – “Photos of Toronto, published on Tuesdays!” Moved my work-related blog to a more appropriate domain name, TorontoAgileCoach.ca You can find all my sites via https://PaulHenman.me
There are some strange issues with my websites which I’ve been investigating for the past few hours. I’m having problems enabling some plugins and themes, which is effecting this site’s appearance; the content seems mostly intact but some images are missing. I even resorted to wiping and restoring the site from a recent backup, but […]
Please bear with me as I merge two of my photoblogs (Paul Henman Photography and Toronto Tuesday) into this blog. This site might need to go offline for short periods of time as I resolve issues. Thanks.
I haven’t posted anything since early December because we’ve been focused on moving home. That’s not finished but I have been able to find time for a little photography and so on, so it’s time to get back in the rhythm of updating this site. Here’s a quick round up of my regular topics: photography: […]
If you’re wondering about the “Lifestream Event” tweets which keep appearing in my Twitter stream … well, so am I! I don’t know what’s causing them; it’s not a new plugin (because they’ve not changed in weeks); I thought it might be a problem with it polling for Google+ updates, so I’ve disabled that feed […]
I don’t know precisely what caused this blog to die, but a WordPress update I ran at the weekend which worked fine on the other blogs that I administer took a dislike to this one and corrupted it! Having recently written about the importance of backups, I’m expecting some people are wondering why it took […]
I’m trying out a new theme for this blog – I was using Abstractia but I’ve just installed Portfolio Press, so let me know what you think and especially if you find any problems.
You’ve probably noticed that I’ve added Google adverts to my blog (to all my blogs, in fact). It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while and I’ve resisted because I’m worried it might deter people from visiting my sites, but right now I need to keep the cats in kibble so every penny helps. […]
I’ve had this site default to showing a static page (my “about me” page) for a while now, but it’s time to get this blog going again – it’s time I started writing about my experiences with companies trying (and sometimes not trying) to adopt Agile.