Have you ever used your iPhone to search Google for something, then find that the best link is a huge page? On the desktop you’d hit cmd+f to search on the page, but in the iPhone this luxury isn’t immediately Continue reading
Last summer I decided I would learn Perl. I had put it off for a long time, but after trying and failing at learning Python, I decided to give Perl a go. Managing the perl installations has been tedious. I Continue reading
I found myself in the local record shop recently, Faye’s brother wanted to browse. I was loitering around, glancing at the shelves and having a flick here and there. And I just thought to myself, I don’t enjoy being here Continue reading
A few friends and I have started a project called I Am Clean, it starts this evening at 22:35 and will build up over the coming weeks.
The other week I was looking at how Windows generates the old 8.3 style names from a long name. I came across this article on the Microsoft site, and noted the banner at the top:
I love the Mac App Store. Opening back in January, all Mac users running OS X 10.6.6 or higher have had the chance to play with the store.
Ubuntu isn’t as orangey-brown as it used to be. I don’t recall exactly when I last tried to use it, but I didn’t like it much. Yesterday, however, I got it playing ball with my ThinkPad X32.
The band my brother is in has succeeded in grabbing one of the 22 places in the regional finals in Plymouth taking place 19th March. Follow them on Twitter, order your ticket at the Live & Unsigned site, and watch Continue reading
We live in an age where computers are all around us. While they may not yet be embedded into every object we come in contact with, they are on our desks at home or in the office, and in our Continue reading
The iPad 2 has been announced, set to ship to UK customers on the 25th March. It boasts a number of improvements over the first iPad, faster, slimmer, same great battery life, but can we use this new offering to Continue reading