Simon Mackie is the product manager at SitePoint. He is based in the UK.

Simon's articles

  1. Come and Enjoy a Drink With the SitePoint Crew in London

    As a SitePoint reader — be it of our books, websites or other products — we’d like to invite you to our London pub meet-up on Thursday, August 16 in Soho. We’d love to buy you a beer, a glass of wine (or possibly even three) while you chat with your fellow web compatriots, some […]

  2. Future of Web Apps London 2011 – 15% discount for SitePoint readers!

    In a couple of weeks, I’ll be heading to the Future of Web Apps conference in London. I’m really looking forward to attending; it’s probably the UK’s premiere web app conference with an array of top notch speakers and some great networking opportunities. If you’d like to join me, I’ve lined up an exclusive discount […]

  3. Jeanne Jennings Speaking at ClickZ Email Marketing Conference

    Jeanne Jennings, email marketing guru and author of SitePoint’s The Email Marketing Kit, will be speaking at ClickZ’s event, ClickZ Specifics: E-mail Marketing, next Tuesday October 2nd at the Hilton in New York City. “ClickZ Specifics: E-mail Marketing” is an intensive, one-day event designed to educate, inspire, and instill confidence in anyone using e-mail to […]

  4. @media London podcasts – day 2 sessions released

    Just to follow up on my earlier post, podcasts of nearly all of the sessions from the second day of @media London have now been made available. Slides and notes from most of the sessions have also been posted. Thanks to Patrick and the Vivabit team once again for a great conference.

  5. @media London Podcasts

    So you couldn’t make it to @media London this year and you’re feeling a bit like you missed out? Fear not, as podcasts of the sessions are available! The first round of podcasts (from the first day’s sessions, with presentations from web luminaries such as Molly Holzschlag, Jesse James Garrett, and Tantek Çelik) are now […]

  6. @media London 2007 – day 2 wrapup

    Day two started with a fascinating talk by Jon Hicks, called “How to be a creative sponge”. In it Jon outlined his techniques for getting inspiration, how to actually start a design. He explained that there are three steps to becoming a “creative sponge”: collect catalog create He collects raw material from everywhere: observing life, […]

  7. @media 2007 London – day 1 wrapup

    I’m here at the @media conference in London – I had hoped to blog during the conference but a lack of wi-fi at the venue (my only real complaint about the conference) and shoddy hotel internet connection put paid to that! There were a couple of presentations on the first day that I found particularly […]