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What’s the point of this post?

Posted by on May 13, 2021 in Working from home | Comments Off on What’s the point of this post?

Once again, it’s been 18 months since I posted a new blog post. This post serves no other purpose other than to say “Yes, I’m still self employed and still making a success of working from home – you can do it too”. Thanks for...

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Exciting Days

Posted by on Feb 6, 2020 in Working from home | Comments Off on Exciting Days

I was just checking my site when I realised I hadn’t posted a new blog post for over 18 months. That’s rather remiss of me and might have led you to believe I’m no longer active online?! Far from it. So what can I tell you that’s new? Well, a few days ago I just passed my 19th anniversary of making a full time living from the internet.  Scary how fast time flies by. It seems to get faster every year. However, I am as excited today as I was the first day I started working for myself. I’m still learning new things (today for instance I am learning how to accept payments on my website) and life is great fun. So, if you were wondering is it really possible to earn a living from the internet, long term, just...

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Life after delivery

Posted by on May 6, 2019 in Makes you think | Comments Off on Life after delivery

Life after delivery Here's an interesting perspective...  Continue...

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Explainer Videos

Posted by on Jan 14, 2019 in education, Reviews | Comments Off on Explainer Videos

Explainer Video Tool - A very brief review I am always keen to learn about new tools to help me work more efficiently and produce better work. In the past I have used Videoscribe for making some explainer videos but it is incredibly time consuming still. A new tool I have been introduced to today is called Continue...

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Sextortion emails from fraudsters “Security alert… password must be changed”

Posted by on Nov 29, 2018 in education, scams | Comments Off on Sextortion emails from fraudsters “Security alert… password must be changed”

Recently there’s been a massive spate of “Sextortion” emails sent to millions of email accounts asking for a ransom not to publish information about your personal life. What has worried so many people in this hack is that people have been told their valid passwords as part of the extortion email. Here’s an example of the email subject line: Security Alert. EMAIL ADDRESS has password PASSWORD. Password must be changed. Initially these emails were also showing as having been sent from the email address of the user which made them feel even more sinister as if the hackers had access to your personal email account. However, it was explained that this is very easy to achieve by using an anonymous email sender such as  So, that’s that part of the mystery sorted, but how did they get the passwords?...

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