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Bring me Sunshine

2010-08-27T11:40:14+00:00

Already we are 100 days into the new political age of open consensual action from Dashing Dave and Slick Nick.  We’ve had all the predictable “its even worse than we [...]

Bring me Sunshine2010-08-27T11:40:14+00:00

Points of Few

2010-08-27T11:37:34+00:00

Never in the field of human commerce has so much been entrusted, by so many, to IT.  (with apologies to the great man for illegitimising his oratory).  70 years ago [...]

Points of Few2010-08-27T11:37:34+00:00

The Password Enigma

2010-08-27T11:34:36+00:00

“Please enter your password.”     ********* Sorry, the information is incorrect, please re-enter your password ensuring your caps lock is off. Forgotten your password?  Please answer the following security question: What [...]

The Password Enigma2010-08-27T11:34:36+00:00

What’s new in IT? Windows 7

2010-08-13T14:12:50+00:00

In case you don’t already know, Windows 7 is now out. Some of our favourite features include: HomeGroup - Share files and printers on a home network without the headache [...]

What’s new in IT? Windows 72010-08-13T14:12:50+00:00

Brief history of computers

2010-08-13T13:24:36+00:00

“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers” is a remark commonly attributed to Thomas J Watson, Chairman of IBM in 1943, even though there is seemingly [...]

Brief history of computers2010-08-13T13:24:36+00:00

A to Z of computer jargon: E & F

2010-08-13T13:15:31+00:00

We hope you’re enjoying our alphabetical jargon-buster so far? More definitions will follow next month. Email: Short for Electronic Mail. A wonderful invention (except for the scourge of spam!) The [...]

A to Z of computer jargon: E & F2010-08-13T13:15:31+00:00

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