Sorry to bore you with all this linex stuff but my website is the place I archive information I may need in the future. Hence this post. 🙂 However, hopefully it will also help other linux users to iron out problems they are facing too. Regular readers of this blog will know I own an … Read moreiPhone Syncing on Linux
Originally posted on another site on 5 April 2010. I love technology. I love watching the world change in this area, as electronics improve and shift. I love being able to say that I used the old computers way back “in the old days” (which wasn’t that long ago really). I love knowing that I’ll … Read moreChris Howard Reviews the iPad
During my lifetime I’ve seen some changes in the world, especially where technology is concerned. I remember, in 1990, when my boss paid $50,000 for two computers. I was thrilled to be given one of those computers to work on. It was a buzz to use exciting new equipment and I learned quickly that I … Read moreWhat a difference a decade makes!
Recently, I posted on Forms of Reading and the Future and another post entitled Kindle, Sony and the iPhone. Both these posts generated a lot of traffic and I received several comments and even a couple of emails, which was wonderful. As a result of these discussions, I did a lot of research and finally … Read moreLiving in a Technical World
What started out as simple observations about forms of reading, ended up turning into a major research project for me over the last few days. I’ve been all over the internet during this time, starting with Alan’s post called eBooks are the Future and from there going to countless other websites. It was informative and … Read moreKindle, Sony and the iPhone
The publishing world is changing and I think it’s important for readers to keep up with technology and know the options available to them. Each form of “reading” has its pros and cons and in this post, I’m going to discuss my thoughts on them. The Printed Book For me, nothing beats the traditional printed … Read moreForms of Reading and the Future
It has become apparent that now that I’m a commuter my writing time is suffering. In fact, I know that unless I take steps to change my situation I will not write again. Sounds dramatic, doesn’t it? Well, I might have gone a bit over-the-top with that last bit, but I can safely say that … Read moreThe One, My New Friend