It’s rarely that I follow up one of my own posts within 24 hours but when it’s something that I am incredibly passionate about then exceptions will always exist. This morning I noticed that my last post had already been tracked by podcasting.ie and I was delighted to see such a fast pick-up. Sadly however,… Read More »Aaaaaaahhhh Again
Those who know me, those who read my blog, and those whom have come within earshot of me will know well, my feelings on the media farce that is young drivers and young anything else that causes a problem. This last week has seen more carnage on our roads and I was not surprised to… Read More »Things that make me go… Aaaaahhhh!!!
Been looking around now for a while for a nice way to track coverage through the IDE rather than having to run a separate build every time I want to check something. Up until now I have been making do with a 30-day trial of the omnipotent Clover. However, I’ve finally gotten a chance to… Read More »Coverlipse
Just when you thought you were safe behind your PC from the various dangers of road rage, shopping rage and good old general rage – they bring you WEB RAGE! Yes, in today’s news from the BBC is a story about two men who exchanged insults in a chat room that resulted in one of… Read More »Web Rage
Paul W has a valid point in his posting today on Microsoft’s Vista licensing model. I have heard others talk about it previously but the proposed license structure is simply unworkable. Basically the activation strategy has been taken one step further and severly limits the number of times you can change your hardware before forking… Read More »Hasta la Vista
An unadapted subject line from The Register. For some reason or other the EU has decided to let Ireland away with not providing location information for callers to emergency numbers (e.g. 999 or 112). The national authority for Ireland has spoken and assured the EU that the service is now available – apparently this was… Read More »Ireland off the hook
It’s more than often that the ramblings at The Register provide me with cause for a giggle or two but the problem posed in this latest post is mind blowingly hillarious. What it all boils down to is the ultimate question, “Does pimping a blow-up doll infringe upon your country’s prostitution laws?” source: The Register
We were lucky enough today to secure the services of Tom Raftery, to give us an overview of blogging in a business capacity and to advertise the power of blogging to a mostly vanilla audience. During Tom’s talk he spoke about the importance of “prospective search” for tracking information being published about you in blogs… Read More »Putting Things in “Prospective”
No, it’s not another Douglas Adams inspired posting or anything remotely related to the greatest computer ever made until they made the earth… or does it? Recently I have been doing a lot of thinking about life, what it is, what it means and where it’s all going to. Must be that stage of life… Read More »Deep Thought
Just heard on the news this morning that tens of thousands of Smart Telecom customers have been disconnected due to a billing dispute between their service provider and Eircom who own the physical lines. This follows on from massive lay-offs by Smart Telecom in recent weeks and would paint a very dim picture for the… Read More »That’s not Magic!