On Monday 17th January 2011 I was invited to The Sky is not the Limit Event hosted by RBS at one of their buildings on Bishopsgate in the City.
Last weekend I happened to mention to my folks that I had seen two Star Yachts on sale at a second-hand shop in Los Gatos California for $45 and $55. They were both SY2 models. Star Yachts were toy yachts that came in sizes from quite small to the large ones with complex sails that were named after stars. From […]
Today is the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s death in New York.
This morning I was discussing the next software release for an ongoing project. We were swapping documents and screenshots using a combination of email and Microsoft Live Messenger (aka Instant Messenger). Plus the usual banter about the lousy weather and what happenned over the weekend.
I recently watched an advert for two of The Beatles compilations now universally called by everyone as ‘The Red Album’ and ‘The Blue Album’. These were originally released back in 1973 after the group had broken up. The TV advert promised last year’s digital re-mastering and all at a ‘knockdown’ price.
After my earlier blog on energyhive I have been asked how CO2 output relates to electricity usage, especially when there are so many different types of power stations from nuclear, hydro-electric, gas and coal fired through to the newer cleaner technologies such as wind farms. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and […]
I have been lucky enough to have had a prototype of the home version of energyhive for a number of months.
I have chargers, docks and USB cables in my car, my office and even in my kitchen for my iPhone.
I have been an avid reader of PCPro magazine for a long time and always follow the changes to their A-List suggestions. Equally as important are the items that get a PCPro recommendation in categories not ‘important’ enough to be on the A-List of categories.