Posts Tagged ‘website’

Resilient website

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019 | News

Last August, I launched the Resilient Running course. My sport psychology course has also been smashing it, earning Udemy’s coverted “highest-rated” badge for being the most well-regarded course on the topic.

It was always the plan that Resilient would be the brand that would link all of my sport and psychology courses together with, and I am pleased to announce that the Resilient website is now live.

So far, it is a sport psychology blog and the first few blog posts are up. My priority at the moment is to get more high-quality content on there and then begin expanding what the website offers.

NHS Beta homepage

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 | Tech

I’ve been working with the NHS to deliver a new homepage for the site that will replace NHS Choices. At the Health Expo this month, we launched the new homepage on the NHS’s beta platform. You can check it out here.

Worfolk Anxiety Management

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016 | News


I have this new thing going: Worfolk Anxiety Management. It is going to act as a brand for my new book, and some other books following on from it.

If you are tired of getting nothing but junk and bills in your inbox, you should sign up for the newsletter.

Introducing Rena Men

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 | News


Ren Men is a men’s portal designed to be the antidote to the traditional image of lad-ish publications. I like sex as well, but I’m also interested in mental health, relationships, parenting and a whole array of issues that modern men have to grapple with.

You can visit the website, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Related posts

Monday, May 16th, 2016 | News

I have added a related posts feature to my blog. If you click through to the full page for the post (by clicking the title), you will now see a list of up to four related posts at the bottom. Unfortunately WordPress is not picking up the images correctly on all posts, so some are missing thumbnails. The content seems to work quite well though.


SocietasPro 1.0 released

Sunday, February 5th, 2012 | Foundation

SocietasPro website

We’re very pleased to simultaneously announce the launch of the SocietasPro website and version 1.0 of SocietasPro! We’ve been busy over the past few weeks preparing SocietasPro to be a deployable application – tidying everything up, getting rid of the bugs and creating an easy to use installer.

We’ve also launched the SocietasPro website which contains an overview of it’s features, videos, support forums and more. You can also find documentation for using the software on the project’s GitHub wiki.

Friends wall

Thursday, January 29th, 2009 | Friends

Having spent the last few weeks annoying people for pictures of me and them, and annoying people even more by pushing other people out of such photos so I could get a shot of just myself and the other person, I have finally finished my friends wall.

If you’re not on the wall, well, tough luck, turns out I don’t like you.

Well, that’s not strictly true, I don’t think I turned down anyone to be on the wall, I just didn’t have good photos of most of my friends hence why I have spent the last few weeks annoying people for photos.

Hopefully I’ll be able to sort out photos with everyone else in the future and put them on some kind of random rotation.

Friends wall

Fresh faces

Thursday, August 7th, 2008 | Life

You’re probably reading this on Facebook or Netvibes.

Therefore it probably has slipped your attention that my homepage has a completely new look. Having managed to fix the site and looking for a new style to give the podcast mini site I decided that it would be better to just come up with a whole new look for everything and use that across the site.

And, for the first time, my blog has a separate skin which matches the main site as well! Finally, that integrated look which I know Kieran has been suggesting for so many years ;). So, give me your feedback, what do you think, does it work in your browser, have you found any problems?

You may notice once you start playing around that the image at the top keeps changing. At the moment there are only 6 that it “randomly” selects out of each time (I put randomly in quotes because most of us know how bad computers are at picking out random numbers, on saying that, humans are no better), two of them are photos – from graduation and Rationalist Week, two of them are collages of loads of different pictures of me and two are of composed of some of my favourite stock photography. As the months pass I’m hoping to add more and more until there is a sizeable library of them.


Tuesday, May 24th, 2005 | Life, Tech

Welcome to Hardware Tutorials! Over the next however long it takes me to get it sorted, various tutorials and such will be posted on the site to help people get to grips with everything from installing a printer to installing Windows (not strictly hardware but there you go).