I couple of years ago I got an e-reader. I was initially apprehensive but I ended up enjoying it. What would it be like to use such a display for office work?
I recently got my first drawing tablet to try out, the One by Wacom. I have no previous experience with drawing tablets, so wasn’t quite sure what to expect. And […]
Buying a pi for the first time, my first impressions with the 4B, and the hunt for a random hex code.
Technophobe yells at cloud
I have a go at explaining an eBook formatting problem in japanese.
A ramble about game streaming, Steam and owning your own games.
I’ve been into computers for a fair while – pretty much all of my life. Yet I’ve never really been into the hardware, and haven’t ever built my own PC. With some recent struggles with my laptop I decided it was time to build a proper personal use desktop.
Archived 2013-08-01. The topic of this post deals with Virgin Media and some technical trouble I seemed to be having. I guess that’s still a thing that happens.
In this post I detail how I went about enabling telnet and FTP support on my e-reader, the Kobo Aura H2O Edition 2 Version 2. Yes, that is a mouthful.
I recently tried out the ScotRail smartcard system for buying paperless train tickets. The intent is to make journeying easier, however the actual experience is anything but.
Here are some helpful tips for getting the most out of your new Virgin Media “Super” Hub 3, based on my experiences dealing with it and my findings from a lot of searching through internet forums.