Twitter Changes Its Profile Design (Again)

This evening I jumped onto Twitter on my laptop and got this: If you are reading this in the future, this is what the old Twitter version looked like. It’s almost responsive, in that the “Who To Follow” right-hand column disappears at a reduced window screen. With a sneaky nod to Instagram, a greater emphasis has been placed on Photos and Videos, which have a newly dedicated tab. There’s also a new “tweets and replies” filter, where you can see only...
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Hello New Blog Design!

Kia Ora, As of today I’ve said goodbye to my old blog design and welcomed the responsive age. About time too. I’m currently fixing some bugs, but everything should be fully up and running in the next few days. Cheers!...
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“Caffe Sospeso” … Coffee as the new charity

Suspended coffee is a new concept arriving in cafes all over the world, and something I discovered last week whilst on holiday in Melbourne. Originating in Italy, the idea is that you can anonymously pre-pay for drinks that those in need can redeem later on. It is also a trend that has caught much attention online and has gone viral via social media. For a long time, society has been divided over whether it is appropriate to give money to beggars...
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Dictated Dinners: My Food Bag

Escaped work this evening and headed down to SMCAKL, where amongst other slightly geeky things we learnt about the latest in food delivery, My Food Bag. This new service takes weekly meal planning to the next step. You sign up to receive planned gourmet recipes and necessary groceries for 4 or 5 meals each week. These recipes are all endorsed by NZ Masterchef Nadia Lim. Perhaps I am not their target audience, but the service is slightly on the expensive...
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