Bag of writer’s tricks – importance of adding an image

Reading Time: 2 minutes Adding an image to every blog post you put out is one of the fundamentals of SEO – search engine optimization. And SEO in turn is what gives your blog an audience. Anamnesis, please! Graph of views profile during 12 months I started doing a bit of learning of, and perhaps more importantly, taking action […]

SEO afterburning – A few words about site improvement

Reading Time: 4 minutes There’s two things I want to reveal right now. It’s 25th December, 2018 – and I have a goal: beat my previous record of visits to the blog! This is so, so close – and it’s getting me whetted! Exciting! Second one is that the ‘SEO afterburning’ is a term I just made. I don’t […]

Book publication using blockchain

Reading Time: 1 minute Help wanted. Raw idea, very brainstormish: Book publication using blockchain – integrity of a story – the “checksum” mechanism is based on entropy of Finnish language – the story will be complete, when all its pieces have been delivered and reassembled – since the book (Teknovelho 1) is about Damocles, it is a nice trick […]

MIT Solid, a primer – not yet description

Reading Time: 1 minute Cybernetics and unified communications. Information age. Digital telepathy. Ok, no telepathy. Let’s stick to real world. SOLID (project at MIT). A project backed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who was key discoverer and what more, the person who actually implemented some of the central software around HTTP, aka the protocol that makes possible what we see […]

Jukkasoft welcomes the WP Gutenberg Editor

Reading Time: 4 minutes Of Mountains & Printing Presses The goal of this new editor for WordPress, called ‘Gutenberg’, is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable. This whole post is composed of pieces of content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can move around and interact with. Move your cursor around and you’ll notice the different […]

Why Human Computer Interaction plays a big role?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you know Kevin Warwick? He’s a professor of computer science, who has willingly turned himself into a guinea pig. The stuff going on around him is really interesting and barrier-breaking. Humans sense the world in a restricted way, vision being the best of the senses. Humans understand the world in only 3 dimensions and […]