Sky, the satellite TV, broadband and mobile company, today announced their newest product: Sky Glass. It’s effectively a television set with a Sky decoder built-in and uses the internet rather than satellites to provide the service. You effectively buy the TV through Sky as a loan (so even more bloody credit checks) or outright and… Continue reading Is Sky Glass relevant in today’s streaming world?
I’m utterly fed up with any company or organisation that deploys [email protected] email addresses to send out generic (or even targeted) crap that doesn’t give me the ability to reply to it. If I start to see a pattern emerging from [email protected] addresses, they’ll get added to the ever-increasing list of banned email addresses and… Continue reading Rejecting do not reply/no-reply emails
.. I got married. It was a wonderful day, good weather, and a great many people turned up. Though like most weddings you’re always left wondering if the bride would turn up as there was a delay (traffic, I believe). We both arrived at the venue (Tabley House in Cheshire) in a vintage car that… Continue reading On this day 20 years ago..
I’ve gone from this: to this in just under 45 minutes using the Windows 11 Installation Assistant. I’ve got to give Microsoft some kudos for the smooth installation. No driver updates were needed and everything is working just fine out of the box so far. The new, centred Start menu is going to get some… Continue reading Happy Windows 11 launch day!
Facebook is not having a good day.