[..]This simple decision, taken by a computer scientist used to working in environments that promoted openness and transparency, eclipses any hype about subsequent Twitter revolutions, Facebook campaigns or political protests ascribed to the platform since. The invention of the web is comparable to Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press in 1450.
Like the printing press, the [...]
I had to push a photo taken on my HTC Desire to my Laptop today, and got a little stuck. After connecting, it wasn’t immediately apparent which folder contained the photos.
A quick Google search sorted it out (not to mention the Pacman awesomosity) but I think this is something HTC could have done a whole lot [...]
There are certain things that evoke my distant memories of childhood glee. Pocket knives, the smell of burning ant carapace underneath one’s magnifying glass and throwing rocks at stuff come to mind. Oh, and Pacman.
Which happens to be celebrating it’s 30th anniversary today. And Google has gone and created a Doodle to celebrate, as they often [...]
Nothing special here, just a quick little .vbs script that makes it easy for your users to hook up to a shared printer using Windows [...]
What a great day in Australia for truth, freedom, and the ‘not being an idiot’ way.
Those of us (with no lives) who appreciate such things waited with baited breath today for the verdict in the AFACT vs iiNet case from the Federal Court, and I for one was ready to pen some angry words and shout [...]
I’ve tried a few times now to write this post. It’s about Stephen Conroy’s Mandatory Internet Filter, and I’ll be damned if it hasn’t been difficult not to have it descend into a sledgefest.
Here’s the thing. Conroy is not being honest with you. At all, about anything he’s said regarding the filter. And here’s the latest [...]