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
As the Yuletide season nears, you’ll be faced with the unfortunate reality of sending Christmas cards. Sending personalized Christmas cards that actually look good is really easy with Canva.
It’s a skill which few people have perfected; the perfect meeting minutes. The record of events saves you headaches further down the line. Here’s how you take effective minutes in a meeting.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, bringing with it Black Friday; a 24 hour celebration of consumerism and a great opportunity for you to get your hands on some cheap electronics. Sadly, that has too has passed.
It’s time to stock up on apps and games. Here are some of the best (and none of the rest).
Black Friday is looming. It’s without a doubt the biggest day of the year for retailers; where consumers, flush with cash and suffering from delayed onset fatigue brought about by eating too much mashed potatoes and turkey are waking up early. They’ll fight the frigid winter air and their throbbing headaches, and they’ll make their […]
What if an application promised to make it possible for anyone to create aesthetically pleasing designs? What if creating a genuinely beautiful design was just a matter of dragging and dropping?
For a lot of people academic journals are hard to get hold of. They are also expensive. But with the right tools, you can get your hands on any academic journals you want.
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Microsoft is going to kill support for Windows XP in April 2014. This has serious consequences for both businesses and consumers. Here is what you should know if you are still running Windows XP.
Writers are particularly susceptible to burnout. You’re no longer on the top of your game. With that in mind, it’s a good idea to have some strategies to avoid burning out.
We all mess up, so asking for forgiveness is an important skill to have. Apology emails are not easy. Here’s how you say sorry with an email, whilst still being genuine.
Search for “fake tech support scam” and you will understand how common it is across the world. Some simple precautions after the event could help you feel less of a victim.
Why don’t you spend this Halloween playing games with a slightly social twist?
These three games that will teach you the skills you need to ensure that this Halloween is a bite-free one.
CryptoLocker is a type of malicious software that renders your computer entirely unusable by encrypting all of your files. It then demands monetary payment before access to your computer is returned.