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If there's one blogging feature I am absolutely loving at the moment, it's the ability to schedule posts. There are times when I have loads of ideas for new blog posts but I don't necessarily want to publish them all at once. With the scheduling feature in Wordpress 2.5, I can write when I feel like it, and choose to publish at a later date. It's very useful for posts that you know you want to publish soon but you want to add a couple more links to or a little bit more content before publishing, as well as meaning that...

I guess the title of the post is pretty self-explanatory really; Joeyanne.co.uk has recently had a redesign. A few days before Easter I trawled the web for inspiration and came up with a very random mix of ideas that I wanted to incorporate into my new design and came up with a very rough brief. I wanted round corners, clearer options for subscribing, a cleaner page with less columns and a greater concentration on the main content, lots of icons and a better font, as well as a huge long list of other requests. Working with the designer was very...

Well, the point has finally arrived where I get to blog for work! One of our academic schools is concerned by their low student support results from the most recent student survey, and have approached the Learning Centre asking what we can do to help. A large percentage of their students are part time (almost 70%!) so one of the problems in the past has been that they are unable to visit the Learning Centre very regularly so aren't fully aware of our services. This is particularly true for those students who work full time and only come into the University...

I've been doing a lot of reading and research into new developments in Web 2.0 recently, partly due to my career (I think you may have guessed that from the blog title!) and partly through my own interest. I thought it was about time I got myself a blog and used it properly. I'm intending to use it to store and share useful titbits of information I find as well as recording things within life (e.g. my progress in my studies!). I initially decided to use Blogger as I have a personalised Google account anyway, however Blogger didn't seem to want...