I’ve been frequenting Surfer’s Corner at Muizenberg beach since late last year as my surfing addiction reaches new levels. Luckily, my Norwegian business partner, Magnus, shares my enthusiasm and over the past couple months (on his extended Cape Town visit) we’ve had many “strategy” sessions in the most scenic and inspiring office environment available. Continue Reading →
December is known as the “Blogging for Benjamin”month at WooThemes. An initiative of Daniel Espinoza, one of our talented WooCommerce support ninjas, encouraging our team to represent WooThemes better through our personal publishing, and more importantly develop our writing and communication skills. The blogger with the most posts at the end of the month is the winner of a Benjamin (a $100 note).
My blog has been a ghost town for the past couple years and this initiative has really got me thinking about attempting to re-ignite my previous passion for blogging, All the while I’m very weary of over committing having a long and winding road with this site that started way back in October 2005. A post about a VOIP product called Skype and how I’d been experimenting with it on an internet connection of 90kbps. Continue Reading →
In 2010 my wife and I made the big decision to move back to South Africa from the UK, where we’d been living for 4 years. We set ourselves the goal of being back home in Cape Town for the kickoff of South Africa’s FIFA World Cup 2010.
We made it home one day later than planned, but came home to one of South Africa’s most exciting, energetic, and happy periods of it’s recent history. It was a very memorable and significant life moment for us, and great reassurance we’d made the right decision. Continue Reading →
On 13 June, at 5am on a wet and wintery morning myself and two friends were teleported to Valley Brewery in Noordhoek to brew South Africa’s first imperial red india pale ale, under the expert guidance of brewmaster, Greg Crum. Continue Reading →
Taken in the Kruger Park a couple weeks back.
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