Disclaimer

This is my personal blog. Thanks for reading it by the way, I hope you found it useful/informative/entertaining and I value any feedback you may have...



Given that it is a personal blog, the content is mine (and licenced under the Creative Commons Licence), and does not represent the views, opinions or positions of my employer (past, future or present) or any other organisation/body to which I may (or, indeed may not) be associated.

I am not a stuffy corporate entity. Listen to my voice (go read Cluetrain to get this reference, I recommend you do!). I am a human being, albeit an amateur and constantly learning and evolving. I am therefore prone to error. Some of the content here relates to technology. Technology is always changing. Any information (technical or otherwise) I convey through this or any other channel is consumed entirely at your own risk. In addition to technology changing, my own opinion is sometimes subject to change, I am happy to engage in debate and to be proven wrong, in fact that’s one of the reasons I blog and engage in social networking/media/computing. I may have the time to go and edit/update old content, equally, I may not. I used to update this blog frequently, but then I realised there are more important priorities in life.

Some people comment on my posts, they are (as you are) free to say whatever you like in comments, I do not moderate comments or take any responsibility for them as I didn’t write them! However, I do reserve the right to delete comments, but am only likely to be bothered to do so if they fall outside what I deem to be acceptable behaviour.

I frequently link to and make reference to external content but I cannot take any responsibility for content outside this blog!

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I am not paid (by anyone) to maintain this blog or promote any products/services.



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