Category Archives: WordPress

Welcome back to stainsbyte.com

It’s been nearly two months since we arrived home from a wonderful long journey that took in parts of USA, north-eastern Europe, South America and Antarctica. Following a disagreement with the people who hosted stainsbyte.com (HostSailor), after they ‘lost’ my … Continue reading

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stainsbyte.com is taking a break!

24 February · Córdoba, Argentina ·  I recently visited Antarctica. It is a pristine, unspoiled place without the trappings of shopping malls and internet access. In the nine days of my journey HostSailor sent me an invoice to renew the hosting of my … Continue reading

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Faster than…

One of the frustrations on our recent travels has been the slow response of my website, not only for you the readers, but also for me the writer. I couldn’t create a new page or upload photos in Firefox.  Internet … Continue reading

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Necessity is the mother of invention *

We have mentioned in emails and on our web sites, just how slow the internet is, as we travel through China and Central Asia.  Sorry, the rest of this gets a bit technical – jump to a few paragraphs if … Continue reading

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The Silent Partner has arrived!

After the excitement of Evan’s Chocolate Lindt ball melting in Melbourne video, we put pressure on him to get his portfolio web site updated. With a little help from Steph and the members of Caffeine Concepts, The Silent Partner went live … Continue reading

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Help @ Thea

Some time ago, when I was helping people with computing, the phrase “Help @ Thea” began.  I sat somewhere between an email address and “two apples @ tuppence each”.  My aim was to assist ordinary people gain computer literacy. Well, … Continue reading

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WordCamp 2013, in Melbourne

I am really enjoying developing web sites in WordPress.  I have a couple of projects on the go at the moment, and will share them with you when they are up and running. So, Bruce & I have decided to … Continue reading

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