Geek or nerd? How absurd! – an icckle tech head

“I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do”.

HAL; Space Oddssey

I luv this Adams quote and think it very apt of my present state of being, altho´it is Human and not AI I am referring to it suits my brief theme here.

At the moment I am learning how to use WordPress, but with the addition of Joomla to my repertoire I am also refreshing my HTML learning curve. Something I have ignored of late. And it will intrigue me if I can compare this to my upcoming Business German lessons.

HTML coding as in that created by iWeb can be a little sloppy and lazy, but a good coder can have very direct writing for their code, and also sometimes create some beautiful code. I am not an expert on this just a dabbler.

It came from my original playground of MMU and geocities back in the degree day.

Since then my language learning has been devoted to German and also to new Business Sectors in English.

These have taken up most of my time, but of late it seems to be this techie stuff that I am devoting my time to.

Having become rusty in HTML I am intrigued if i can migrate any techniques from the other language learning to this one.




A native Brit, Stewart is from the East Midlands. He has worked all over England and has been in Germany since 2002. Through working with the youth and the disabled he has been able to fine tune his communication skills. A Cambridge qualified (CELTA/LCCI CerTEB) instructor of English as a Foreign Language, he also has experience as a copy editor/ proof reader specializing in Higher Education and Business English. He assists established companies & local English trainers (LELTA) in optimizing their platforms, markets & copy (texts). With a Bachelors degree in English & Art, he brings diverse skills within a broad palette to his academic courses, an English speakers community (So Social Club) & an art project (Lebenskunstler). Not only focusing on creative expression but exemplary use of language.

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