Archives, page nine.
The Archives are the living record of almost everything that I’ve written for the site over the many years I’ve been running it. Some of the earliest, less-legal and libellous content has been put to the torch.
Distrowatch’s H.P.D. statistics are banded about by numerous factions trying to make the point that their distribution is the best. But do the numbers actually equate popularity and why do the fanboys care so much anyway?
They warned you but Apple decided to follow through and give those iPhone enthusiasts exactly what they wanted: shiny, bricked iPhones. Well done Apple. Way to meet the needs of your customers.
O2 are souring the pot by removing video calls from inclusive minutes. From next year they cost as much as a cheapish sex line. Hoorah for progress. Hoorah for competition. Perhaps Google can fix things.
Stats are a tricky thing. When you’re trying to push an argument and you have raw statistics by your side, it’s usually very easy to feed them to your audience in a fashion that misrepresents them. Using that as a base you can form conclusions varying from just misguided to outright lies…
Another day, another "unlimited" claim. This time from the mouth of O2’s CEO regarding their new "unlimited" data plans. What he didn’t tell people at the iPhone unveiling is that unlimited actually means just 35megs. Spot the difference.
While I definitely think some elements of Vista are definite improvements, 10 months of experience has shown me there are some things that just annoy me to my very core. Here are the three things that most make me wish I had the strength to move over to Linux — full time.
Completely customise your browsing experience with complete and utter ease. Remove any page-clutter and any adverts with just 4 clicks.
I totally abhor all the recent ranting on how Adblock is going to destroy the online economy so I’ve written them some code. They can be obnoxious about the way people view their sites and block them or they can get on with things. What I’ve written is technically DRM 2.0. Please don’t hate me.
Well it’s been a good year on o2. They did Harri and myself rather well last year by offering us a £35 contract but giving us £10 off each month. The tariff gives us 500 anytime minutes and 500 texts.
This year is a completely different story. Tariffs are getting worse, not better, with
Just under a year since the original What Slows Windows Down article and I’m gearing up for the third in the series. This time it’s an antivirus-only arena and it’s shaping up to be quite a deathmatch…