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The Dvorak Bubble is about to burst

Thursday, 2 August 2007 rant

Dvorak is a complete nonce. I mean that in the kindest possible way because sometimes he’s hilarious to listen ranting on and occasionally I happen to agree with him but now he’s predicting the second downfall of the Internet…

Bugs in the code

Wednesday, 1 August 2007 funny insect insect photos photos

Thunderflies are horrible! I’ve got a load in my screens at the moment and they’re driving me crazy. Does anybody have any tips for removing them or stopping them get in my screen in the future?

The Abandon-Digg weekend is nigh

Tuesday, 26 June 2007 apple digg iphone technology

On June 29th 2007 we are going to witness an explosion of blog entries, digg posts and comments because the heralded iPhone is finally going on sale. Question is, will you brave the chaos or hide from it?

Google could end spam today

Friday, 22 June 2007 google other spam

It’s just something that struck me and struck me hard: if Google wanted to, they could stop 99% of all spam in it’s tracks… Let me explain

June 07’s gaming update

Thursday, 21 June 2007 games personal

Tudball is no longer Minesweeper champion of the universe and Paul has released a new testing version of his first person shooter: Shooter.

Will semantic development kill link ads?

Thursday, 21 June 2007 seo standards webdev

How effective will link advertisements be if/when the web becomes even more semantic? Is there a future for the schemes that fund many bloggers’ habits.

Has Apple tripped up with Safari?

Thursday, 14 June 2007 apple releases webdev

Apple has recently launched their flagship browser to Windows. Any good? Any point? Despite animosity for most things Apple, I’m excited to get my hands on the Apple browser… But for how long?

Running XP’s Solitaire in Vista

Monday, 11 June 2007 games microsoft technology vista xp

Considering the lower performance of Vista’s games for power-players, I’m taking a look at how to grab older versions from an existing XP installation and get them working on Vista.

New Google UI?

Friday, 8 June 2007 google releases

Just checked Google from Opera today and it looks like I’m getting a new UI coming through… Not sure if that’s just me or what though…

Some major site changes coming

Thursday, 7 June 2007 news

Just an update about the recent and upcoming changes happing on and around the site. I’d love comments, tips and suggestions so if you’ve got something to say, read this post =)

2012 Olympic logo debacle

Monday, 4 June 2007 branding funny

Today saw the official launch of the 2012 Olympic branding. It’s astounding in many ways and people are making themselves heard so that something can be done to fix it.

Apple fans why can’t you just be happy?

Friday, 1 June 2007 apple drm rant

After Apple introduces DRM-free tracks into iTunes people are getting in a hissy after they found out their personal information is injected into bought tracks

Old games you really should play

Tuesday, 29 May 2007 games technology

Mark from Nutter’s Mark has just posted up his "Top 5 PC-Games You Probably Didn’t Play". I’ve got a few more that I think deserve your attention.

PCLinuxOS’s militant leadership

Wednesday, 23 May 2007 linux rant

As a reviewer, I expect people to disagree with points I make. Everybody has their own opinion. But is it okay when the project leader of a maturing Linux distribution calls on his users to "hammer" a site because of its outcome?

Review: PCLinuxOS (PCLOS) 2007 Final

Monday, 21 May 2007 linux review

Oli reviews the final of PCLinuxOS 2007 to see if all the commotion about this quickly rising newcomer is really worth the weight people are pushing it with.