There’s this common joke. It’s depicted by this cartoon. And the joke is that with all this modern technology, smartphones, tablets, or even laptops, the
How odd is Radio England UK?
So, a radio station using the name ‘England‘ has got to be cool, right? ‘England‘ is such a good name. No? Erm, well I’ve been
Push to Talk Betamax
In the dark and distant days of the beginning of digital mobile telephony, I remember Orange had introduced a new phone that included the ability
RNI – wtf is it about?
I titled this “RNI – wtf is it about?” because I want to say a few words about Garrrry Stevens’s’s internet radio stream RNI (more
Google Chrome just works!
I use (in business) Google Apps for Domains, have been playing extensively with Google Gears, and generally find that things Google just work. Compare and contrast things
The case of the RICKMOBBING of Liverpool Street Station
I’ve just been listening to a discussion on t’wireless about Friday’s Rickmobbing of Liverpool Street Station in London. They were desperate to make sense of
The Internet is real life
Weirdly, I watch people wasting their time on such clunky and hard to use services as Facebook and I ask “Why?”. They spend hours and
There’s nowt but dead people on’t radio
My hobbyistic interest is radio. True, I spend most of my radio listening hours tuned to either Radio 1 or a talking station. In London
The New Media and Technology divide
It seems to me that people are grouping themselves into new media and technological user groups. I’m worried if this is dangerous. Let me explain.
Helpdesk and Integrated Inventory Manager
I is looking for a decent bit of software. Maybe even one that is hosted, rather than having to be installed on my own servers
Okay. There’s Myspace. Facebook. Blogger. And the excitingly different Twitter and Jaiku, with their free texts of things wot you wrote, straight to my mobile