Matthew Hughes is a software developer, student and writer from Liverpool, England. He is seldom found without a cup of strong black coffee in his hand and absolutely adores his Macbook Pro and his camera. You can read his blog at http://www.matthewhughes.co.uk and follow him on twitter at @matthewhughes.
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Matthew's Latest Posts
Using a ghastly virtual keyboard to write a Facebook status update is bad enough. Writing code on Android? Perish the thought.
Repetitive typing steals your time! Moreover, extensive typing can cause pain and injury. Can anything be done? Well, yes. You can take shortcuts by performing actions and typing sections of text using abbreviations with Breevy.
You are brave if personal safety does not bother you. It’s a dilemma when we make trips anywhere. Here is a service which eases the concerns with…a text message.
It’s quite unorthodox for someone to write an article about how using a service cost him hundreds of pounds, and then go on to recommend that particular service.
App.net was born out of frustration with the status quo. How much do you know about it?
Meet Expresso. It will change the way you blog – for the better.
How to survive in a post-banner-advert world? Here’s how two popular websites have managed it.
Regardless of how you choose to manage your Wordpress installation, I’d place money on you being concerned about security.
The WordPress community is notoriously helpful and supportive, and ridiculously active. Here’s how to connect with them.
Don’t know the first thing about operating Linux through its powerful command line? Worry no more.
We are always eager to cut costs while traveling. Hotels are expensive. Ludicrously so. But are there any alternatives? Until recently, the answer to that question was a loud ‘no’ till AirBnB came along.
vidd.me aims to make us shake off our old ways of sharing videos and it wants to do for videos what Imgur did for photos. But is it any good? Let’s find out.
People have been crying out for a decent video conferencing app for ages. We thought that was Google Plus. We were wrong. Meet Appear.in.
A number of services on the market right now allow lenders to provide credit, and for borrowers to gain access to funds without dealing with a bank. They’re shaking up the finance game.
Sick of sites that share someone else’s content and give it a linkbait headline? The Downworthy Chrome Plugin turns flagrantly linkbait headlines into something a bit more… Well, honest.