Building Utopia | Weekly Newsletter | Fri, 20 Jan
Craig Hume - MD @ Utopia
I find January brings with it the perfect opportunity to get organised. I've done that this year by going over my old blogs and giving them a fresh look.
We all know how hard it can be to let go of our old content but trust me, it's worth it! Not only will it keep your website looking fresh, it will also make it easier for your visitors to find the information they're looking for.
So, let's start the new year off on the right foot and get organised. Take some time to review your old blogs and see which ones need a little TLC. Update the titles, add new images, and ensure the information is still relevant. Your visitors will thank you, and so will your search engine rankings.
As I say, the team and I have done that with the Utopia Blogs, which you can check by following the link below. Also, let me know what you think. If you need help getting started or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. I'm always here to help with any of your tech questions!
🤖 Tech Highlight of the Week
Supermicro - We have been doing some super behind the scenes work and are excited about what Supermicro is bringing to the market in terms of raw desktop power. Could there be a Supermicro x Utopia collab in the near future?...watch this space 👀!
🎮 We're Playing this week
Craig - Managing Director - Fortnite - "My turn for the gaming spotlight this week, and while I don't get much time to game, I enjoy Fornite with my kids. I'm useless at building but found success by hanging back and not rushing in!"
Have you checked out our blogs? We have a host of content there and more getting uploaded every week!
📖 From My Bookshelf This Week
Who Move My Cheese - Dr Spencer Johnson - Recommended to me by a good friend in the IT world, I was a bit late to come to this book. Short so that you can read it over a coffee or two, but the lessons learned are essential and, even better, easy to remember. With themes of dealing with change and stress management, we can all take something from this short story about mice, a maze and some cheese.
💬 Quote of the week
“A computer would deserve to be called intelligent if it could deceive a human into believing that it was human.”
- Alan Turing