19 posts • joined Tuesday 27th September 2011 09:31 GMT
Tom is retired and doing Photography. Some nice images on Google+
First Direct Bank have it right.....
Phone up, straight through to a person in the UK after only a few rings! Well so far, only had to call them twice.
Re: Torn between them all
Actually you may have nailed it for me. Out of the box could be very well what I am looking for .....
Torn between them all
I have a Galaxy Note II and have to say that the whole Android experience feels disjointed and convoluted. Multiple menus that all look and feel similar, enforced 3rd party modifications, some updates needing me to be able to accept downloads from untrusted locations (more enable/disable when it's finished), apps that hugely vary in UI design / quality and so on. I feel like I am in a maze sometimes.
Why do I still have Android? Well iOS started boring the crap out of me, I felt like Apple just were not moving forward especially with the small screen sizes. Windows Phone had too few apps for me, so I bought the Galaxy note. So I guess the open, messy nature of Android actually meant that I could find a product with the general requirements that I have. But for some reason I still want to escape Android lol. Anyone got a cure for this confusion / indecision? ;)
Re: So glad these are still live!
Good catch! I never knew about that one. It's those kind of touches that makes certain TV shows really stand out from the rest. Whenever I hear a 'fictional' website in a TV show, I can never resit seeing if it exists. NOt found any though. Anyone else?
So glad these are still live!
In a way I find myself OK about it
I use all the packages in Adobe cloud. I video edit, create graphics, design websites, edit audio, produce content for video games and so on. Before they had a monthly plan I used to crap myself at the thought of the amount of money I had to outlay (It is just myself and not a company paying) for the assorted packages.
Considering how much I earn from using Adobe Cloud vs How much I spend on sandwiches each month (£2.10 x 24 = £50.40) I know that I would gladly trade a sandwich for access to all the software I need all day.
I started making my own sandwiches and stuck the remaining money into my subscription. I guess that because I use virtually all the apps in cloud everyday it just doesn't seem that bad. However if you only use 2 or 3 then I could see how the value can diminish all too quickly. Maybe there should be some kind of sliding scale so you pay for what you use?
First the EULA change now the Flash Turnaround
I can only imagine the bun fight going on in the Unity Forums right now. After the sudden changes they made to the EULA just after Unity 4 was released (VERY badly handled), and now the sudden turn around on Flash support.
That said, I agree with the move and it is a tricky situation for everyone to be in. The real casualties will be those developers caught in the middle of a development cycle, or with a long term Flash based strategy. Poor bastards.
<<Image because a few developers will probably look like this over weekend
Re: Why use the app?
I prefer apps purely because of the hassle of logging in. I quite often flush the browser cache on my droid and ipad (I design and develop websites). Most of my passwords are over 20 chars long of random characters. Also I can leave the app running in the background and not worry about the missus closing the YouTube tab in Safari etc. There are other reasons but they are the main ones. That said it's not a show stopper. I'll change and adapt if needed.
1and1 are generally fine everything is working, but if you find you need to phone their 'technical' support lines, just be prepared top get bounced from extension to extension and sometimes just plain dumped, resulting in starting the process again. When you do get the right person, they generally are unable to give a solid answer.
Is it just me or do their technical support staff sound suicidal most of the time? 1and1 management need to invest some money in those poor support people and their infrastructure.
Just checked for the running service on Samsung Galaxy S2 on 02 in the UK, and no sign of it. Still can't help wondering if there is an equivalent lurking on it o.0
They should use the name of the IT Crowds version of Facebook ..... "Friend Face"
Except that they have already registered the domain in the UK, now that I have just done a quick search:
Another 'uses natural' materials but costs as much as space age technology materials...
...why? I could not help think "Cool, a bamboo bike! Oh, I'll never be able to afford that"
I always feel so frustrated that so many of these 'green', 'environment friendly', 'revolutionary', etc solutions very rarely seem to be accessible to people regardless of financial position. They quite often seem to be packaged and aimed at the 'exclusive', 'desirable' end of the market.
How about some genuine mass market, green products that are truly affordable? *insert suggestions of products that I may have missed here. Thanks!*