Because I love Doctor Who so much, I’ve been meaning to review it here for a while…Ever since it was on. But I haven’t, so this may be later than most, but I’m determined to share my opinion. Warning, there are spoilers a ‘plenty below. Continue Reading
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Because you end up with all sorts of problems if you don’t know what you’re doing. “You shouldn’t use technology that you don’t understand.” At first glance, this stance doesn’t sound unreasonable. In fact, it seems totally logical. How can you use something if you don’t understand it? However, when you start to think about what it is to “understand” something, you realise that it’s not that simple. Continue Reading
So, recently the House asked us, the IT guys, to set up a standalone wireless network in a new building. The catch was this building is solid brick all the way though, and is quite long and narrow. This meant that the wireless needed to be quite powerful, with a good range to work across the whole building so people could roam with their devices without losing their connection. Not so easy.
So, we got through the hectic deployment of all the iPads, netbooks and notebooks. After all the hours of blood, sweat and tears, the unboxing and reboxing, the late nights and the phone calls, they’re all out. Now we just have to support them all. Continue Reading
So, I’ve had my new phone, the HTC Sensation, for about a month now and I think I’m getting the hang of using it. There are still some things about it that annoy me, but some of the things that I initially thought were stupid are actually quite nifty. Continue Reading