My trip to Tiritiri Matangi

Last weekend my wife and I were lucky enough to visit Tiritiri Matangi thanks to a GrabOne voucher. I had heard a lot about “Tiri” but never been so was very keen. During the ferry trip there, we came acrossRead More

iPhone Apps I Recommend

UPDATE: It seems the icons didn’t come across :/ I will work on getting these posted soon. In the meantime, here’s a PDF version So, I have been an avid iPhone user for about 1 year now. I have amassedRead More

Disappearing Images!

[UPDATE ┬áJuly 2011]: I talked to my hosting company, who told me that they would look into it. They discovered they had a setting enabled called ‘web page compression’. After they disabled this, it has been completely resolved. Ok, soRead More

An awesome to-do app

The reason I love this app is it does one thing, and one thing well. Really well. “Today” allows you to add the tasks you need to do TODAY. a brilliant UI, and a very clever UX. tilt the deviceRead More

Collaboration Software?

>One of the things i really love about my job as a change agent is setting up new efficient systems or processes – especially if the old ones were super inefficient. Currently I am in the middle of researching theRead More

Systematics and Ecclesia – an Essay

>The formatted version can be downloaded in ePub format here: What is christian systematic theology, and what does it have to do with being the church? IntroductionSystematic theology1 has a long and venerable past, and at times enjoyed aRead More

Autosave in iWork

>One of my biggest frustrations with iWork is the lack of some of the really obvious things – like autosaving. Fortunately, iWork barely ever crashes (unlike M$ alternatives), but there are the occasional glitches, and human error is always aRead More

>EndNote and McIntosh Style Guide

>I am quite new to the McIntosh Style Guide, but being all for ‘making computers work for me’ rather than grinding away aimlessly ‘working for the computer’, i decided to harness the power of endnote and see if i couldRead More