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Notes on cluetrain after 15 years

Notes on cluetrain after 15 years

I have been asked, or chosen, to get involved in planning a social media presence for a campaigning organisation. It made wonder how useful cluetrain was, and remains and the extent to which it has been superseded. Here are my links and notes …

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Labour’s +ive action for women

Labour’s +ive action for women

I am considering some of the positive action programmes in place in the Labour Party, which are most extensively developed in favour of women. The Labour Party’s rules are subject to the law of the land[s] and possibly the most important part of the positive action programme for women other than all women short lists for candidates for public office is the rule that states that delegations shall be at least 50% women. Does this conflict with the Equality Act? Here are my notes …

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Privacy, another Brexit benefit

Privacy, another Brexit benefit

An attack on our rights to privacy? Now they think they’re free from the EU, our security state, encourages the government to roll back those privacy rights that were underwritten by the EU treaties and the Human Rights Act. Here are some links and notes …

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Back to Ubuntu

Back to Ubuntu

I have left Elementary and returned to Ubuntu, which is on v20 now. I am tired of having Linux stuff just not work. Elementary’s distro upgrade path is a menace, there’s no RDP, cloud disks are a pain in the butt, and now I found problems with bluetooth. Here are my notes on starting up on Ubuntu again.  …

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Dynamic Styles in HTML

Dynamic Styles in HTML

I was working with Stylish and came across and article that <DIV> tags should be avoided. Stylish uses IDs and CLASSes to change the look & feel Why avoid these elements? A second thought is how can one use buttons to change the look and feel of a page by applying different styles? Do you still need javascript? Here are my notes …