Author Archives: Graham

About Graham

Forty-something gay geek living in Kings Cross with my collection of shiny computers and my fish.

Companies House and keeping track of Directors

One of the benefits of the new Beta Companies House site is that some of the flaws in the underlying data are easier to see. For example, I’ve worked with a few clients in the past and had trouble with … Continue reading

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new website for Nell Leyshon

Frank has just built the new website for author and playwright Nell Leyshon.

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Sexual health clinic data security

Back in September last year, there was a disturbing story that the sexual health clinic in Soho, 56 Dean Street, had accidentally sent 800 emails to the wrong people. Now, this would be bad enough if it were a chiropody … Continue reading

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Banks, browsers and security

My interest was piqued by Ars Technica’s story that Gogo’s in-flight wifi services block some VPNs, and the thrust of the story is that you shouldn’t do sensitive work on a plane using their service. Previously, Google engineers had noticed … Continue reading

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