For several months, I have been thinking about the alternatives to using Google Apps for my main company email as I haven’t really been fully happy with its reliability, especially in terms of the Calendar. Yesterday, I decided to take the plunge and change over to the alternative that I have been thinking about for quite some time: Exchange through Office 365.
I know what some of you are thinking, a Microsoft product? Yes. In all fairness, I quite like Exchange as a very reliable office system. There’s just no denying that they do know what they are doing in that field. Now, obviously it is not going to be perfect either, but I have high hopes of it satisfying my needs.
A while ago (read: a year or so ago), I did a free webinar on how to integrate a Lightroom gallery into a page on a WordPress website. This used to live over on the Bernskiold Media website, but since we took that down for refurbishment, it has been offline. As I am getting some questions on where and how to find it, I thought I would post it up on YouTube and post it here.
It has passed midnight here in Sweden, which means I would like to wish each and everyone of you a very Happy New Year! I am very excited about the new year and what is lined up and possibly even more excited about everything that is bound to happen that I have no clue about yet. May your year be prosperous and joyful!
My friend Albin shared with me yesterday a link to an article with some amazing photos from a volcano eruption in Chile. There are some truly beautiful photos (including the full one of the one above) so go and check it out. My hat goes off to all of these great photographers for capturing that moment in such a beautiful way.
During almost all the time that I have been running XLD Studios, I have only had an english website for the company, something I have wanted to change for much of this year. Earlier this summer, everything was almost complete, but for a decision on how to do with the translation, did I want to use a translation plugin or install it on a separate server? The choice now fell on the separate server (for better response times when loading) and I am proud to say that the site is finally live.
The looks and pages are all identical to the english version, so if you don’t understand swedish, you’re not missing a whole lot, however the blog contents will be differ as most likely, posts will not be immediately translated or doubled.