Monthly Archives: August 2010

Bring me Sunshine


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


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


“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


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


“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


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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