Despite the failed attempts last year to get Moscow prosecutors to shut down legally “grey” download site Allofmp3.com, the IFPI continue to attempt to exert pressure. Yesterday the BPI told […]
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A piano has been “discovered” on top of Ben Nevis. The Guardian is reporting it’s a mystery how it got there over 20 years ago. They link to the John […]
When BBC News 24 interviewed a London Cabbie instead of his intended fare, he found himself in front of the cameras being questioned about the Apple vs. Apple verdict, and […]
Take a look at Andrew Sheehy’s last comment in this Macworld article, about the WiPod to WiPod calls. What might Apple call this “Skype-like” application? How about….iChat? So I’m not […]
My sister is studying in France for a term. She has a tiny room in her hall with no phone line. She has her mobile, but it’s on an English […]
Oooh, new Firefox. Wow, fast! Ahhh, doesn’t look and feel as nice as Safari. Aha, now it can look like Safari. I still prefer the look and feel of Safari, […]
I’m a little late arriving at this party, but WOW! I’ve been swooping around Google’s hybrid map/satellite pictures, enjoying the search facilities and directions (with the dynamic zooming) and longing […]
Cool, OS X version of Google, with magnifier.
A weblog of brilliant photos defying the London bombers. Update: There are so many posts, click here for the very best.
Whilst Little Storping is in the home counties, in reality I’m a little further away from London. But yesterday everyone’s attention was on the capital, and I found myself relying […]
Yesterday’s Guardian carries a somewhat confused description of Brighton’s new WiMax Metranet. Whilst Brightonians currently are no more than 10 minutes from a free WiFi hotspot thanks to access points […]