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Y'know things that are all the rage? Blogs. Everyone has one; or at least had one before Facebook, Twitter et al diluted the realtime pool.

Since I'm nu-old skool — and watching endless streams of people validate their own self-importance makes me long for a 'Shut up' button — I figured why not make a blog? The main difference here compared with other people's blogs is that instead of being limited to one topic, you get a little slice of everything all mashed up. Txt spk iz da bom.

  • My phone wants to kill me

    · 154 words (vacuums up less than a minute)

    Automated calls. We’ve all had them. But what do you do when they go wrong with rather comedic results?

  • My settings are mine

    · 298 words (devours about 2 mins)

    Oi, Apple! When I set some user preferences, have the decency to honour them because it’s my choice, not yours.

  • I'm in the wrong business

    · 1114 words (sucks up about 5 mins)

    Time for a change of career. Forget making money the old fashioned way doing things I enjoy. I’m going to sell software to schools and governments. They’ll buy anything.

  • Downfall of the ubiquitous hashtag

    · 712 words (munches about 4 mins)

    The hashtag: the cornerstone of social media. Trends. Analytics. Fun. But I sometimes wonder if certain entities understand what it’s actually for.

  • Why we have a National Health Disservice

    · 2140 words (vacuums up about 10 mins)

    We’re told the NHS is in crisis and needs funding. Let’s step back a moment and find out if it’s true and who’s to blame. The answer might surprise you.

  • The changing face of broadcast TV

    [1 comment] · 1167 words (laps up about 6 mins)

    The BBC are desperate. They need your money so badly, they’ve changed the way they impose their tax, regardless of how you consume TV. I don’t think they have the resources to do that.

  • Samsung / Kit-Kat battery drain weirdness

    · 742 words (sucks up about 4 mins)

    Android is alright as far as operating systems go. It’s no iOS, but far more usable than Windows phone software. Unless it starts eating your battery.

  • Windows 10 End User License Agreement to the rescue

    [2 comments] · 466 words (laps up about 3 mins)

    Why do software companies think they know what’s best for everyone? In the case of Microsoft, rolling out Windows 10 without asking… make… Stef… mad. Stef SMASH Microsoft.