Random comment of the day, until most computers don’t come installed with an operating system it will always be in the best interests of the person providing that OS to ensure that upgrades to their PCs will, over time slow that machine down.
OK, I get the feeling I might get ripped to shreds for this, but I was thinking, is it really in the programmers/developers best interests to create OpenSource or GNU software that is easy to use and easy to modify. My thought process is this, I understand the whole software […]
Well, I’ve been getting annoyed by my Gnome-Keyring application. Basically what it is is a vault for all the passwords for your other applications, which is good in a way, its one password to remember for all the other passwords. However, its not that I don’t remember my passwords, its […]
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/jan/18/hybrid.embryos Something about this seems very bad, we should tread carefully here.
OK, its always in the news, everyone has to recycle blah blah. So, we’ve been storing papers, plastic and glass bottles at my house to drop off at the local recycling bins at Sainsburys. So, we’d got quite a lot together to take and we headed out, only to find […]
Well, tonight I was in Sainsburys just buying my weekly shop and I passed some air fresheners. Its getting near Christmas and I like the spicy smells they often have around this time. I saw a few things on offer, one of which was this: £1.94 on save 50% Thats […]
I’ve been a Virgin Media (previously NTL) customer for many years now and I’ve been happy with their service overall. When there were outages it was often up within a day or so. I only had to get an engineer out twice and one of the times was to correct […]
Why is it that music on the PC now seems to have taken so much importance that it warrants a full screen application to manage your music. Surely music should be heard and not seen? Long gone appear to be the days of Winamp style interfaces, XMMS hasn’t been updated […]