yesterday, Google purchased Keyhole – if you don’t know why this is important, read on…
Why the Google Desktop Beta only works with Internet Explorer and Outlook, so far.
Some time ago, through the miracle of the internet I got in contact with an old school friend who had moved away from Swansea when we were still in Junior School, his distinctive name played to my advantage and after searching on and off for several years I discovered a link to a wry, and […]
If you have access to a good computer and a little bandwidth, it’s possible to see Auschwitz in aerial photos using NASA’s World Wind application.
For me, the sydney 2000 olympics beach volleyball was overshadowed by the constant references to Bondi Beach, as though somehow it was the most desirable place on earth. Pardon my skepticism but Bondi’s a tourist trap; a parody; it’s long way from paradise.
The geek in me loves this. It is a java bytecode viewer plugin for eclipse.
Last weekend we took part in the Clarendon Way Relay Marathon – this was a bit diffferent to the norm in that it was a mostly off road event, with lots of hills. The event is run as a marathon, a half marathon, and a relay marathon where four people each take on a leg […]