It’s no secret that I love to travel. See new places, experience different cultures, try different food and so on. At the same time I have to balance this against … Continue reading
The mythical GDrive! There has been talk of such a thing coming to Google Docs for many years. Indeed at one point Google admitted they had such a thing days … Continue reading
Well I guess we all knew this but recently published research by Betsy Sparrow, Jenny Liu and Daniel M. Wegner for Science Magazine entitled “Google Effects on Memory: Cognitive Consequences … Continue reading
[UPDATE – 2nd January 2012]
For the last few months, the ability of ScanDrop to upload directly into Google Docs has been broken and thus disabled.
The manufacturers keep telling us that they are working on a fix and that it will be with us soon however until that actually happens (and remember this has been broken for months), the functionality of this software is seriously limited.
The full review is still here in the hope they will one day fix it.
There has been a lot of talk in the press this week about the new Apple iCloud announced at the Apple WWDC. But it is this article in the Register … Continue reading
It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of Google Docs however I have to admit from time to time, it can be a little clunky. In my opinion, … Continue reading
Google has a whole range of productivity tools from Gmail to Docs. Enabling you to live and work in the cloud and all for free. If you run a business … Continue reading
For many years, hierarchy has mattered in most things I have done for work. Within companies, we have teams within departments within divisions and when it comes to data, hierarchy … Continue reading
Pacman. 30 years old and still chasing ghosts. You really must go to the Google home page and click on “Insert Coin” because it will be gone tomorrow
For many years I have been a die hard Windows Mobile fan. Sure the iPhone has a flash interface and some of the Nokia phones look real pretty but WM … Continue reading
As mentioned last year, I move my personal identity to the “cloud” with help from Google Apps and WordPress. This was really easy. WordPress were able to host my primary … Continue reading
I saw this film made by Robin Sloan and Matt Thomson a few years ago and just happened to come across it again whilst sorting out my bookmarks this morning. … Continue reading
So after a few late nights, my move from traditional hosting for things like email, websites, photos etc to a world of shared services and clouds is complete. During this … Continue reading