Explore the #prplblg blog for useful resources, insightful articles, personal reflections and ideas that inspire action on the topics of #tech, #computer science and unsurprisingly, #lego. You will also find new ways to connect with PrplPi here.
USING A DNS FILTER
12th July 2017 - By Neil
Running your internet connection through a filter forms part of a strategy to protect your staff and business online. By managing access to the internet you protect your staff from: inappropriate material, add another layer of security.... read more
HOW CAN I PROTECT MYSELF FROM CYBER ATTACKS?
22nd June 2017 - By Simon
In this day and age, crime seems to be almost rife in all arenas of our day. The need for security in our homes, cars and even bedrooms is becoming more and more apparent. We feel like we need to protect ourselves... read more
HAND MADE WEBSITE LAUNCH
15th June 2017 - By Simon
After four weeks of radio silence and lots of hard work, the website is finally ready to launch. At around 9:30pm last night, my very pregnant and very patient & weary wife took herself off to bead, knowing the task that I was beset with (by choice, I must admit!) Defiantly, I arrived home and announced 'I've got lots of coding to do; which ... read more
HARRY POTTERING AND MAGIC WANDERING
15th May 2017 - By Simon
Our daughter Una is three in July and due to circumstances between myself and the wife, we have not had even a night away from 'responsablilty' since she arrived in 2014. This in itself isn't a bad thing as being a dad (as many of you probably know) is awesome. However, this was particularly special as we had tickets to the fab Harry Potter Studio Tour in... read more
REDUNDANCIES, BABIES & ABSURDITIES
11th May 2017 - By Simon
It's been a tumultuous week. It's OK though because when you've got support from both your wife and some wonderful friends, it makes everything much better. The picture below is literally all I've been looking at over the last few days; accompanied by some excellent music and the occasional glass of wine, I've been coding the new PrplPi website and I can quite honestly ... read more