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I don't move in circles, you must find me along my own path.



Last Build Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 14:18:57 +0000

 



Comment on The rise of the Smart Watch by Brian

Tue, 28 May 2013 14:18:57 +0000

Unless the smart watch can stand on it's own, it will fail. I agree that the problem is it's usefulness. The smart phone is a crutch for it. I have not used a smart watch yet, but the old iPod nanos were a better watch (square model, with watchband); Watch functions, calenders, notes, music, and BATERY LIFE. If you need more than that you use your phone anyways. If more people had made more apps for the iPods, the nano could have already dominated this idea.



Comment on The Nokia N900 To HTC Desire X by Branedy

Sun, 27 Jan 2013 21:51:14 +0000

Well, I'm not opposed to a Jolla phone, and as medtioned, I did not really spend my own money on the HTC. :-)



Comment on The Nokia N900 To HTC Desire X by My Nokia N900

Sun, 27 Jan 2013 18:50:50 +0000

Well, they say they will have new hardware, their own and if it is anything like the Nokia N900 then I would be interested, but I would imagine Jolla running on anything that can currently run Android or can be used to dual boot (most Android Smartphones can dual boot provided they are running the latest Siyah kernel.



Comment on The Nokia N900 To HTC Desire X by Branedy

Mon, 21 Jan 2013 23:03:33 +0000

It wouldn't have been an issue if I thought it would run on my N900, but knowing that it's really is obsolete I really not sure any major vendor will built a device for Jolla.



Comment on The Nokia N900 To HTC Desire X by My Nokia N900

Mon, 21 Jan 2013 20:57:07 +0000

It took me a while (many months) to finally stop using my Nokia N900. It is so different to anything Samsung or HTC or even Apple could ever offer. I guess you didn't want to wait around for the new Jolla open source device (available later this year). Could be interesting.



Comment on My new Clevo W240EUQ Laptop from PC Specialists by Branedy

Thu, 10 Jan 2013 10:26:31 +0000

Actually, it's quite small, slightly longer than a macbook supply, but narrower.



Comment on My new Clevo W240EUQ Laptop from PC Specialists by Chris

Wed, 09 Jan 2013 23:14:47 +0000

What is the power brick like on this Laptop, my Clevo has a massive power supply and it would be crazy large on a 14".



Comment on Language of computing by Will Knott

Mon, 24 Dec 2012 12:54:04 +0000

I suspect that its how a complete novice learns to compute... and why making "something" is a better start at programming than the theory. When you hum, you are making sounds in time to produce a tune. When you sing, you are making sounds in time to produce a tune, but using words you (mostly) understand. When you sing in a foreign language, you are making sounds in time to produce a tune. Sometime you catch the gist of a few of them, the tone of the music can help impart the meaning of the sentence... When you are first programming "something" in a computer language, you are either constantly trying to mp these new actions on a structure you understand, or you go with the flow, and pick up a few phrases along the way (the Italian I know is mostly from the operas I've done). When you repeat making "something" different, you can see some of the patterns. Conditionals and loops are now sort of familiar. And you have something to compare against. So then you have to change your "something" to do something else. And once you have a few practical basics, you stand a better chance at understanding the theory. Which you can build even more on.



Comment on Irish Banks to ripoff NAMA by catherine lonergan

Wed, 19 Sep 2012 00:56:14 +0000

I am sick to death of this government taking every "red cent" from every Irish Citizen, while government, banks and bondholders roll in the profit. Michael Collins would be turning in his grave if he new that ENDA Kenny managed to sell our sovereignty 4 years before the 100th anniversary of the Easter rising. If something is not done now, and we are supposed to take cuts for the next 3 nd a half years, I guarantee you the government will have us back in the times of the famine, while they live the lives of the ritz. Something needs to be done! http://www.change.org/petitions/supporting-the-irish-nation-step-down-from-government



Comment on My new Clevo W240EUQ Laptop from PC Specialists by Branedy

Thu, 06 Sep 2012 21:36:12 +0000

The build is very good, it is plastic, and very smooth with curved edges on the palmrests but it's fingerprint magnet , the Keyboard is great, good feedback and the surface is textured. The screen does not flex and the hinges are stiff and quiet. Over all it's lighter than the MacBook 13 inch that it replaces and the screen is brighter and color rich. The volume from the speakers is louder than the MacBook. The view when plugged into HCMI will knock your socks off. Overall I'd put it up in the high end Sony/Apple/Acer mode.



Comment on My new Clevo W240EUQ Laptop from PC Specialists by Adrian

Thu, 06 Sep 2012 20:18:14 +0000

I've just discovered pcspecialist.co.uk myself and I'm wondering what the build quality is like. How does it compare to your average branded laptop? Thanks



Comment on The real problem with a ‘Silicon Republic’ for Ireland by Margaret Jordan

Sun, 15 Jul 2012 13:35:45 +0000

It is a bad state of affairs that the two main bookshops in Cork City have such a poor collection of "computer books". Universtiy College, Cork has a bookshop http://www.jscampus.co.uk/shop/branch.asp?BranchID=24 I haven't been there for awhile and it isn't very accessible to the general public....it is geared at students of the university.



Comment on The real problem with a ‘Silicon Republic’ for Ireland by Aidan O'Callaghan

Sun, 15 Jul 2012 13:24:08 +0000

Well we used to have a great resource for computer books in cork. Micromail used to be based in Crawford Business Pk, Bishop Street (they moved to blackrock). Any time i went in there for a "look" i always came away with a book. Nowadays they just deal in software licenceing. Its a pity that they dont do books anymore, the place was wall to wall books. Ide say it an extremely tough market to service, with all the pressures of business versus online. The demand must of dried up.



Comment on The very first Higgs Boson by Nostalgia

Thu, 05 Jul 2012 13:48:22 +0000

I hear that the Catholic Church are trying to employ the Higgs Boson because it gives good mass!



Comment on The Nokia N900 Carl Zeiss optics by Branedy

Wed, 04 Jul 2012 08:37:09 +0000

There has been some discussion about the chrome ring around the front lens cover causing a 'washing out' of photos taken when directed into bright light, or pointed into the sun. The suggested fix is black paint, or fingernail polish to cover the chrome ring. Alternatively you can also down load some better camera software from maemo,org and Nokia that will add features to your phone.