In an effort to increase the reach of Aviculture Hub, and promote the bird products available on my recently-launched pet store, I’ve acquired a forum for Australian finch enthusiasts. Aussie Finch Forum boasts 3,000 registered members, 15,000 threads, and over 160,000 posts.
This is a very uncomprehensive list of projects I’ve started and abandoned in the last eight years. Several of them didn’t technically fail, as they eventually evolved into different projects that enjoyed various degrees of success. Most of them, though, were just thoroughly bad ideas. BeeForums BeeForums allowed you to quickly create a bbPress-powered web
I don’t think dynamic remarketing is a valuable use of a digital advertising budget. For those not familiar with it; dynamic remarketing is a service offered by Google Ads which allows you to use Google’s display network to show ads to your site’s previous visitors, containing specific products and services that they viewed while on
First, a little backstory In 2008, when I was about 15 years old, I was obsessed with The Sims games. So obsessed that I actively participated in a number of fan communities, which were typically structured as forums or primitive social networks. One of the larger fansites at the time—Insimenator—had suffered from operational issues for
I purchased a Microsoft Surface Laptop about six months ago (this post has been sitting in drafts for a while—sorry), after my trusty 2012 model Macbook Air started having age-related issues. It wasn’t a rejection of Apple; just a change to something new. The base model Surface Laptop retails (at the time) for around AUD$1500