Archived 2013-04-13. This post was a complaint of Google+, and is a nice insight into technology. Given recent events, the final sentence seems particularly amusing.
Extending an Extension for Visual Studio Code
Last year, I was working on adding some new features to a Visual Studio Code Extension. I’ve decided to try and organise my thoughts on the matter.
Enabling Telnet & FTP on the Kobo H2O Edition 2
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.
Get ShareX to record animated PNG with correct extension
How to get ShareX to save APNG recordings with the “png” extension
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.
Proposing a Night Mode API
I have recently seen some discussion about the use of night mode tech, and had the thought that developers ought to get together and standardise its use, seeing as how commonplace it has become.
Curbing Social Media
I thought I would share some tips on how to cut down the amount of time spent on social media, and why you might want to do so.
Tips for your new Virgin Media Hub 3
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.
Valve’s Terrible Decisions
Valve’s Terrible Decisions, chapter… who’s even counting anymore.
DRM: Deliberately Risking Media
DRM, digital rights management, is the term used to describe attempts to control the use and ownership of digital media post-purchase. I think that this is a pretty poor practice, and will detail some reasons why.
In the wake of Data Collection getting some discussion in the media, and greater scrutiny by governmental bodies, I felt that there was perhaps too much focus on Facebook, and that something that Google has been doing has just skirted past everyone’s minds.