Don't be. I do wish mainstream media outlets would at least do some basic research before parroting complete nonsense. The "Jenson Button knocked out with anaesthetic gas" story, as reported on the BBC, for instance. It would be quite fun to watch a potential burglar, having lugged the many heavy cylinders necessary to fill a … Continue reading Worried about being gassed in your home?
The agonising problem of infrequency
Here’s a thing: all software vendors and all websites assume they’re at the centre of your universe. Most of them are wrong. Why do I say this? Because they make it so astonishingly difficult to use their products and services infrequently.Observation 1: software updatesIf you use a given computer, or other device, every day then … Continue reading The agonising problem of infrequency
IOS 7 – another BYOD nightmare
Here we go again. Despite greybeards (sorry, “industry veterans”) like me reminding everyone that they should wait for the x.1 release of any major version, the world, its dog and its mother-in-law all frantically stabbed at download buttons to get IOS 7 the moment it came out. People wasted hours, work ground to a halt, … Continue reading IOS 7 – another BYOD nightmare