posted 11/10/11, 18:07 UTC
Yes, it's me again. I'm writing to you from a very shiny new bit of kit that i've purchased recently - a Motorola Xoom. It's not fundamentally changing the way i've ever thought about technology, though it's a very easy way to drop in and out of the internet without waiting.
But the waiting bit was the barrier to me not being on the net, or computers, ALL the frakin time. Now, I can easily drop on and check my twits, but I haven't quite decided if that's a good thing. I've also not quite worked out what things I should be doing that perhaps I haven't done before - perhaps I could check the weather before I leave the house.
Now that i've got it, there's really no excuse for not keeping this site up to date. I might edit some bits and pieces of the admin screens to make them easier to work with on a tablet (ooh, even an app!) but the typing and navigation are intuitive enough.
First things first though. Gonna get my twitter feed connected to this thing, otherwise i'm having to update too many places at once. Toodles!
posted 24/04/11, 19:26 UTC
Since Friday, I've been having a well-earned (least I think so) rest and I've been spending my time doing some painting and decorating. It's not quite difficult enough to stop me, but difficult enough to do well that it infuriates me!
posted 03/04/11, 18:32 UTC
The time I spend playing around on my computer at home is an inverse relationship to the one I have at work - the more I work, the more likely I am to jump on to the XBox and play Call Of Duty : Black Ops when I get home rather than the PC. So when you don't see me for weeks on this blog, it's safe to say the reason is work.
posted 24/02/11, 22:08 UTC
Ok, forget that. The BlackBerry playbook looks good 'n all, but I'm not going to waste my evenings working on that simply frustrating SDK.
posted 20/02/11, 16:51 UTC
My mate Richard was off to the Mobile World Conference this week, and it sounded as if he had a ball. An entire conference filled with new gadgets and gizmos, freebies and floozies - but most of all he got a new found enthusiasm for his work (which we can all agree is probably priceless!).