A few days ago I was very happy to finally return to using Safari as my main browser on OSX. A few days on there are still things that are upsetting me about it and which I wish Apple would fix as it has to be simple enough to do so. My first bugbear is… Read More »Things I don’t like about Safari 3
… or is their latest patent just a wind-up? According to this article in the Reg’s Hardware site, Nokia have lodged a patent for a device that looks somewhat similar to the famed Sidekick communicator that every celebrity under the sun has. However, the laterally sliding screen on this device is slipped into one of… Read More »Nokia getting cranky…
Just noticed by accident that Google Docs now works in Safari on the Mac, or at least in version 3 of Safari. I know that it didn’t work in version 2 up until a few weeks back but can anyone still running v2 confirm this? Safari 3 is really matching up to what I want… Read More »Google Docs working in Safari 3
Yes, the layout of the blog has changed again for the second time this year. When I moved server and upgraded to the latest version of MovableType 4 I discovered that there were a few changes in the template structure that would have required a few changes on my behalf. So, I decided to be… Read More »It Looks Different; Again!
Greetings, I’m back writing again after a wee break of moving server with the site. Took me a while to set everything up again and I’ve noticed that I have one or two folk I need to reply to. Apologies for the delay. Anyhow to get the ball rolling on a new era: I see… Read More »Tiger never changes its spots
On Sunday evening we went for an early bite to eat in a great little restaurant on Dame St, in Dublin. The food was great, plenty of good carbs, but my nerves were certainly kicking in. I could frequently get lost in the maze of Dublin’s streets but somehow the marathon route was burned into… Read More »Oh Dear God; Yay!
Tongue in cheek article from The Reg with “backing” from the IMF as to how technology is the cause of all inequality in society and how we must dismantle this war machine if we are ever to restore equitable living and harmony. 😉 source: The Register
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Nice to know that there would be a demand for this service in Ireland. link: easy DNA
If you’re not a fan already and you enjoy nerd humour then xkcd is the place for you. This particularly funny episode identifies the dangers of naming your children with something that resembles an SQL injection statement. link: xkcd. Cheers Donal!