10 posts • joined Thursday 18th October 2007 08:43 GMT
Ass backward telco customers notify them of upgrade
Seems that Vodafone have been informed of the impending 2.3 update by their own customers via the forum:
Don't hold much hope of seeing this released by VF before the Olympics closing ceremony.
Pity though, 2.1 was a incredible improvement in every way.
1066 and all that
The Dutch invaded (successfully) in the 1680's.
Good for the most part
I use a BT set of headphones with my SE and have a sender unit for anything that doesn't have BT built in. Annoyances are that the signal cuts out when I leave the tube station - always in the same place and when using the sender with a mixer (Pacemaker) the audio signal runs fractionally behind what's coming out the speakers (so I don't bother). Pairing can be hit and miss but I suspect this is more to do with the phone than BT,
Also gives me the chance to listen to some tunes whilst doing the washing up without bothering my wife with 128 bpm tech house...
Agree with the posts regarding lack of relevance, as the sole member of the society in a organisation which is technically savvy I question why I bother to pay every year. I disagree with the rebranding as CITP, employees aren't interested - indeed most roles in my world (and they are v. technical) don't require degrees just experience. The BCS should be highlighting the perils of the creation of large databases storing personal information and how to make the tech improve life in the UK for all citizens etc.
Voted against the trustees, renewal depends on result.
And fixing the Cisco wi-fi access problem
Hope that the planned release in a couple of weeks also addresses the problem with any browser being able to display the Cisco login page when hitting one of their access points!
Not looking fwd to the next vodafone bill.
other collaboration and e-mail platforms are available
Having been involved with Domino since 1996 and still involved despite continued rumours of its untimely demise every year since then (the current MS line to potential domino customers is that 8.x is the last release - it's not!) it's still going strong, still impressing with it's rapid app development and it's ability to continue delivering a robust e-mail platform. I'm sure there's a strong correlation between moving from domino to exchange and the fortune of the company involved (a la enron).