I really do miss running events. Every few months or so I’ll get a couple of tweets asking me to bring back ThinkVis and I get the urge.. I start looking at venues and pricing up DDRs and speakers and topics but then I realise that the industry has moved on and I don’t think […]
When you click Logout of your bank, you’d expect it to.. log you out right? not if you bank with Halifax. Now you are presented with an advert for something and a delay of 30 seconds.. WHEN CLICK LOGOUT AND SEE THIS PAGE YOU ARE STILL FULLY LOGGED IN So if like me, you click logout […]
Dear the RFL, Honestly, this is the last one but this one is a bit more controversial, We’ve discussed New Audience and Increased Revenue ideas, these last ideas are probably the least likely to happen but they do make a good discussion point. A clear 12-month calendar of events and international games With the current financial […]
Dear the RFL, Hello, It’s me again, back for Part 2 of my suggestions, in Part One we focused on a finding a wider and younger audience in this part I want to suggest things for increasing revenue for current clubs in the long and short term. Club Catchup I believe each club has the […]
Dear the RFL, As we begin to close the 2017 season, the press and fans are focused on ‘what we can do to improve Rugby League’ and the inevitable answer from the fans is Marketing which leads onto TV advertising. I disagree, I think we can do other things to help market the game that […]
tldr; I’m launching a new website today called littlewarden.com to help website owners, agencies and domain portfolios keep an eye on the domains they are responsible for, but may not control. A few months ago I got the itch to start coding with some new technologies and techniques that were not applicable to my daily […]
As usual with my blog posts, they are a bit long, wordy and full of grammatical errors, if you’d like to skip that just read TLDR; Virgin Trains have redone the first class toilets in Leeds and only put baby changing in the ladies toilet, I asked them why as there is plenty of space […]
I’ve had a lot of fun over the last year putting together a 1 second every day video of Scarlett’s First year. I highly recommend it to any new parents, it’s a small glimpse into a year which flies by.
I’m writing this here because I’m hopeful that someone will see it and be able to give some advice.
Last night the house next door was set on fire for the third time in three weeks. My family and I were out at the time, but we received a phone call from both the police and our neighbours, informing us that my door had been breached by the fire brigade as they thought someone was in the house.
This is the culmination of over two years of issues with the house next door and each government department I’ve spoken to has passed it on to other departments effectively saying ‘there is nothing we can do’.
We did it, We booked our first family holiday! In May 2017 we will be travelling on the Disney Magic from Florida back to Europe in a two week adventure, we had to wait until Scarlett was 1 year old before we can do a transatlantic cruise but we are counting down the days.
Rather than book individually we decided to go onto the Virgin Holidays shop and get everything as a package, not have to worry about anything, especially with a 1 year old of unknown ability.
But so far there have been two instances where I’ve been let down (or misinformed) and I’m not getting anywhere with internal complaints so let this be a bit of a warning to you.