View email source Outlook 2010 – So simple, yet so hard to find! Viewing the source code allows you to see the underlying html and other server code contained in an email. Continue reading How to view source in Outlook 2010 – email headers and html
Configuring Facebook and other social tools can be like pulling teeth. This is a plea for developers to keep all settings in one place! Continue reading Dear Developers, please put all settings on a settings page
Ever rode a bike 100km?? How about 495km in 4 days? My kiwi mate Mike is doing this insane ride for charity! He took on a greuling training regeme in the Italian Mountains (see link for the Google Geo-tracking of Continue reading Social media enthusiast to be destroyed by 495km charity cycle through French Alps
I catch the tube in London. Every day I see dozens of people with expensive mobile devices, gadgets and gizmos. Nobody but me batters an eyelid it would seem. So, it came as quite a surprise when I began to Continue reading Why my iPad is worth less than a cardboard box
So you’re a already have a blog, Twitter or Facebook account. You also take the odd photo and share it via your mobile device. Without Instagram, this isn’t as straight forward as you might expect – when the mobile app Continue reading So what is Instagram and why use it?
Too many drinks… The ol pineapple strikes again. 1 half pint, another half pint… Seems Fridays full of half pints for Kev… When Friday rolls around, Kevin seems to blame his colleagues for what is clearly a inept hedonistic philosophy. Continue reading Kevin’s in a pickle
Could the film industry be shunning digital due to the effect it’s had on their bottom line? Film industry bloggers seem to be hard to find, do you know any? Continue reading Film industry and blogging – does your local director blog?
So, as a Kiwi I should know how to speak fluent te reo Maori (the language of New Zealand’s indigenous people). But I dont, and all I want to do is translate it online. Is that so much to ask… Continue reading Google please add Maori language translation
Here’s a post i wrote some time ago as i was travelling from Londond to New Zealand for a wedding last year. Originally published on my google reader feed, i thought i’d republishing it for your joyfulness.
Facebook status: ‘politics should probably stay out of religion’ Replying comment: ‘Separation of church and state. It’s in the constitution. Although it really means religion should stay out of politics, I reckon any rule should work both ways.’ My comment: Continue reading Facebook (read: armchair) politicking and science as a religion