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Harri Bell-Thomas

Computer Scientist. Programmer and Designer. Classicist. Wordpress. Photoshop. PHP. Rails. NodeJS.


Multiple Monitors and Productivity

For years now I have been hearing that an essential factor in how productive you are on a computer is the amount of screen real estate you have at your disposal. Thinking logically, this isn’t too hard to believe; a greater number of screens affords more virtual space, and thus more room for your applications and work. More room equals [...]

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Automatic Login Links for WordPress

Today’s post is only going to be a short one in which I am going to show you how to install a neat little feature on your WordPress site. This, if used safely, can be very convenient. This is designed to be used on WordPress sites which offer a generic account for users to login to. For example, on many backend WordPress demos the author [...]

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Work Experience Diary at Box UK

Day 1: What a great first day! I have to admit I was a little nervous when I first walked through the glass front door of Box UK’s city office: the little camera and buzzer you had to press to gain entry was intimidating in itself! I immediately felt the friendly atmosphere, and it was warmly comforting. Two of Box’s employees, [...]

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My Hello World

An Ode to an Unrecognised Hero As always when you create a new WordPress site, you have that one lonely post already created for you, the famous ‘Hello World’ post. Being famous doesn’t protect it from web admins’ annoyance though; for example, if you Google ‘hello world blog post’, the first result is a [...]

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