I'm just waiting for the point when they do shut it down and and end up breaking access to other google products at the same time due to us all having to link our google+ accounts to their services...
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Seems to apply to travelodge users too:
At Travelodge we take the safeguarding of customer data very seriously.
On Friday 29th June 2018 we were notified by Typeform, a third party company who manage customer surveys and competitions on behalf of many companies, including Travelodge, that they have been the victim of a data security incident which has affected the personal data they hold about you.
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I bought an fx-P401 either for my GCSE's or A-Levels (I don't remember which) but I've had it and used it for many years since. I loved the fact that you typed the calculation you wanted (brackets included) then hit 'exe'cute to perform the calculation. It performed the calculation in the order you expected rather than having to second guess order of execution and had all various standard casio functions (include hex/binary/decimal modes).
It was advanced enough to do what I needed but not too advanced so it was allowed during my university exams. (eg the FX-1000G graphical calculator that replaced it and was banned!)
I still use it now in work, I'm not entirely sure how many years ago I replaced the batteries but they keep going and going!
Assuming they're legally bought from amazon, you can sync all the books onto any device/kindle app from the device/app itself.
Once you've got a book on multiple devices; you can get it to sync to last read on all devices thus regardless of what you're reading on, you can pick up an alternative kindle device and continue from that point.
Alternatively you can try using calibre2 to help you transfer stuff/convert them to mobi format for the kindle device.
You say: "All Freeview HD boxes support internet video, though not many of them are connected up yet and implementations are patchy"
Whilst the popular Humax HD FOX receivers support some media from the internet (ie youtube/iplayer); they don't support the MHEG streaming iptv channels as mentioned in this article. Shame really.