We live in a world where communications are transferred around the world in sub-second times thanks to services like Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp. Thanks to Facebook, LinkedIn and other people hubs we are closer connected and thanks to all of this high-speed communication and information transfer, we discover news and new information faster than ever before.
Taking all of this into consideration, why is it, that we are still in a world where one country takes the glut of the new technology releases without them officially seeing the streets of foreign lands only assisting to line the pockets of the lucky few who are able to import and export these technologies and sell them in the foreign lands via channels like eBay at exorbitant prices.
So after typing the Surface Pro article earlier today, I realised that all of my WordPress plugins and my WordPress were out of date. After about an hour of tinkering with plugin versions, authorizing Twitter OAuth plugins and upgrading the main install. So what’s new? Well the media manager in the admin interface is very […]
I had the privilege of attending VMUG UK at the National Motorcycle Museum this week for the second year running. I felt like I got more out of it this year, in part due to the fact that I wasn’t spending half the time overwhelmed by attending my first proper IT conference (albeit a local […]
Title says it all. I’ve been using Windows 8 for a week or so at work on my main desktop now. It’s running the English (United Kingdom) RTM build. Very nice for a major market like the UK to finally get it’s own regionalised build. I’ve had my desktop hooked to my Microsoft Account to […]