About

corenominal.org is a weblog and personal resource about the web, coding, design, Linux, OS X, WordPress and other random stuff. It is also an ongoing experiment in web publishing; I like to think of it as my sandpit area on the web, a place to play around with code and pixels.

My name is Philip Newborough. I’m a full-stack web developer, hacker and technology fan based in Lincoln, UK.

I’m interested in all the things, but I’m especially passionate about code, design, Linux, OS X, PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WordPress and robots.

I’m the lead developer and founder of internet·engineering, a start-up offering web development services to individuals and small businesses.

I was previously the lead developer and founder of CrunchBang Linux, a Linux distribution derived from Debian. In May 2013 Jim Lynch of desktoplinuxreviews.com reviewed CrunchBang 11:

Frankly, it’s one of the most functional and efficient distros available today. You can run it on top of the line hardware, or you can run it on older, slower machines. It’s a perfect choice for anyone who prefers functionality over form….These days it seems that lots of distros and other operating systems are adding tons of glitz and glitter to desktop interfaces. CrunchBang 11 does the complete opposite. Frankly, it’s a breath of fresh air and I enjoyed it. It was fast, stable and did what I wanted it to do. It never bogged me down in useless desktop drivel.

These days, my Linux involvement is limited to running web servers, hacking on Raspberry Pi’s and attending Lincoln LUG’s monthly meetings.

If you would like to know more, feel free to contact me.