I have previously written some fairly scathing reviews on Guernsey Broadband and the providers based here, examples here, and here. However when I moved house 8 months ago, I ended up pretty darn close to an MSAN box, and therefore decided to try their VDSL service.
This promises speeds of up to 40mb download, and 5mb upload. I must say im pretty happy with it.
Something new has come out, something advanced. Normally a mobile phone of some description. There is one feature you can guarantee, which is a complete absence from any shelves in Guernsey.
I was reading my friend Shane’s blog post on Forza Horizon, and how for him it has ruined gaming for him and it got me thinking about in general how we choose technology.
Technology is a fickle thing, let alone new technology. It is one of those fields that whatever you choose; television, mobile phone, games console, anything with a plug for that matter, it will be out-dated within several months, maybe even weeks of purchase. Well before the physical life span of the device expires and for that reason I have come up with the perfect solution to choosing something that will give you the maximum length of time to enjoy it.
Well interestingly the NYTimes have released a bot that plays Rock, Paper, Scissors. As the website states:
A truly random game of rock-paper-scissors would result in a statistical tie with each player winning, tying and losing one-third of the time. However, people are not truly random and thus can be studied and analyzed
But the way the bot works, means the bot can also be studied and analysed…
I was reading a blog by Sam Bellis, here, asking if we could see Windows 8 materials by June this year, and a post about a Windows 8 2012 release, here.
My personal opinion is that it’s possible we will see materials, but no way will we see a release of an OS until 2013, maybe even later.
And here my logical (to me) reasoning
Today, one of the most senior people at work came to me with their iPhone 3gs which they claimed would reboot approximately 5-10 minutes into a call.
He said that he had tried rebooting the phone, had tried restoring the firmware, and contacted the iStore who said it would have to be sent away to be fixed.
I decided I would have a look first.
As I mentioned in the first post of this install, this blog has been installed and reinstalled lots of times.
However, one page that always keeps coming up my logs as 404’s is requestions for this page. I must get about 20-30 links to this page a week.
Well not this exact post, but to the content that used to be here. So here is that content, recreated, sort of.