Since this morning I’ve been getting a Windows Update error when trying to install KB2160841 on my Vista 64 machine. Restarting the PC has had no effect and the small Windows Update icon has been popping up constantly. I couldn’t find any help on Google at all but I did … Continue reading
I’ve been without a printer for about 4 months now, which isn’t great when you run a small business. So I finally tracked down the printer I wanted, the Samsung CLP-315W Wireless Colour Laser Printer. Now keep an eye on that ‘W’ there as it’s important. That ‘W’ means Wireless. … Continue reading
After a few years of use and then quite a few years in the back of the cupboard it’s time to finally sell my Roland MC-303. My reasons for selling this are to free up some room (really need to declutter) and to allow someone else to make use of … Continue reading
Here’s a few interesting things I’ve seen or heard on the net recently. Want to edit your photographs but don’t have Photoshop? Then use the online image editor at Pixlr. It’s relatively simple to use. Live camera from the LHC collider in France. Games: Coign Of Vantage. Rotate the screen … Continue reading
Well I picked up one of these last Saturday and I thought I’d share how I feel about the device. Firstly, it looks amazing and is a perfect size, roughly 5 CD cases stuck together. And for Â£39.99 does the three things I need it to do; listen to radio; … Continue reading
Drivers always seem to make my life as hair-raising as possible as I cycle round our Cities’ streets. Luckily we have some good cycle lanes in Brighton, but here’s a sit that focuses on the very strange ones: www.weirdcyclelanes.co.uk. I’ve noticed the start of the proposed Seafront-to-Downs has been created … Continue reading
Using one of these nifty wingsuits:
For those that use HTML in their life, why not test your memory: 37 Oh, and take a look at this amazing Depth Of Field site, all done with Flash. Long interview with Adam Curtis about the future of UK TV.