Would you like to review something for us?


If you’d like to give me something for free, then I’ll quite happily review it. Obviously the readers of the site will be more interested to read the review if it’s about something that they’re likely to be interested in, but I’ll review just about anything.

Just contact me in the normal way, and we’ll go from there.

permalink | 30 January 2006

Something screwy is going on - who do I complain to?

Unfortunately I cannot test the website in every web-browser on every system. Because of this, if you do find anything which seems to be going wrong with the website, please send me an email….

Continue reading “Something screwy is going on - who do I complain to?” | 18 January 2006

I like your site - can I link to it please?

Of course! If you do though, please tell me so that I can get a nice warm glowing feeling inside.

Continue reading “I like your site - can I link to it please?” | 18 January 2006

Can I advertise on workingwith.me.uk?

If you would like to advertise on workingwith.me.uk, please e-mail me with your proposal. Obviously advertisements for sites or services which align with workingwith.me.uk’s purpose will be more likely to be accepted than those which have nothing to do with…

Continue reading “Can I advertise on workingwith.me.uk?” | 18 January 2006

You’ve made a mistake - how can I tell you?

E-mail me. If there’s anything you find wrong, however small, please tell me. I want this site to be the best that it can be! If the issue is with an article or blog entry however, please leave a comment…

Continue reading “You’ve made a mistake - how can I tell you?” | 18 January 2006

What is this site about?

workingwith.me.uk is a way for me to share the things that I’ve learnt about computers, programming, and the internet. Sometimes this will come in the form of a blog entry, other times it will be an article. I like to…

Continue reading “What is this site about?” | 18 January 2006

about wwm

workingwith.me.uk is a resource for web developers created by Neil Crosby, a web developer who lives and works in London, England. More about the site.

Neil Crosby now blogs at The Code Train and also runs NeilCrosby.com, The Ten Word Review and Everything is Rubbish.