Tim takes a look at the Feitian ePass a hardware security key that he uses in place of Google Authenticator on some site.
Tim is a blogger, author, speaker and developer as well as the organiser of WordPress Leeds, though in reality he spends most of his time doing none of those things and instead does the paperwork.
Tim discusses why he has removed Google Analytics and justifying it beyond the fact he wants to go hide in a cave and wear a tin foil hat.
In part 2 of this series Tim introduces the workflow behind Timnash.co.uk a ramble through how the site is developed a glimpse into his personal workflow and development practices and why he doesn't always do what he preaches.
Tim introduces the new Timnash.co.uk look, discusses some of his "unique" design philosophy before looking at how he shaved nearly 2 seconds off the sites load time. He looks at how making the site fast has become an important part of what the site is. Right down to swapping out favicons in the name of performance.
Tim writes about his recent talk at WordCamp London, its hopefully an honest post which not only guides people through his methodology but exposes many of the mistakes he made during his talk.