TechRadar have an article about “Point and click GUIs: why are we still
stuck with them?“, bemoaning the lack of innovation in the software
interfaces we all use daily. Since the 80’s computer GUIs have been
based on files, taskbars, menus and windows, manipulated by a mouse and keyboard ...
Two bits of newness.
I’ve taken the plunge and moved to hosting my own WordPress blog. The
LiveJournal import script crapped itself a few times (it reached 13,000
comment imports; I only have 212 comments), but I think I’ve gotten them
Also, I apologise for ...
Its been a while. In more ways than one.
Firstly, its been a while since I posted here. Whilst I’ve sort of
randomly updated my identi.ca account, I’ve been irregularly working
on lapwing-web, RPMification of Lapwing-Linux and various other bits
n pieces. I’m hoping to rectify ...
The BBC wrote up an article on extended job descriptions.
From the comments;
“My boss in the bank was always going on about targets and “vision” and
as I didn’t have a job title he was thrilled when I came up with my own
- Sales, Lending and Vision Executive ...
I’m naturally sceptical. Especially when it comes to governments
“protecting” us from an unseen threat “out there”.
Just today, the Government, acting in response to absolutely no specific
intelligence (kinda like the last time then), raised the terrorist
This happened just over a week after the ECHR ...