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New WordPress Backup solution: myRepono

March 9th, 2011 | IT Matters, Video Blogs | Mikey | 7 Comments

As my web development business has grown, I’ve had to look in to new and larger solutions as my client based has evolved. Eventually, my dozen regular clients started getting a bit much for me to manage, and so I’ve been searching for tools to cut down my adminsitration time. Backups are one of those [...]

Trekking, Teahouses and Tibetans: Yunnan 2010, Part 2

April 25th, 2010 | Travel | Mikey | No Comments

Welcome to Part 2 of the China trip planned for this September with a small group. We’d love it if you could join us for this exclusive trekking tour of Yunnan, one of China’s least explored provinces.

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Cooking, Trekking, Touring: Yangshuo and Yunnan 2010 Part 1

February 3rd, 2010 | Travel | Mikey | 1 Comment

Thanks for your interest in joining us on this unique hosted tour to the lesser explored regions of China. As a former Tour Leader for Intrepid Travel, China used to be my stomping grounds. Nowadays, I hanker for any opportunity to return and share my favourite places in China with whoever would like to join!

WordPress Membership Plugins: My experience with “Your Members” so far

January 25th, 2010 | IT Matters | Mikey | 6 Comments

As a writer, journalist and very amateur web designer, I’ve been pretty pumped to see the various improvements in Wordpress over the years. The platform has become so powerful nowadays that developers are building universes of plugins, some of which run extremely powerful membership sites, and can integrate with online payment gateways like Paypal.

Buy a signed copy of Bangladesh: The Bradt Travel Guide; support Jaago

September 11th, 2009 | Guidebook Bangladesh, Monthly Update, Personal | Mikey | 2 Comments

More importantly, I fully believe my guide is important for the wonderful people of Bangladesh — some of the kindest and most hospitable people our planet has to offer. It is my hope that more people visit Bangladesh to see the reality behind the veil, the truth behind Bangladesh’s horrible headlines.