Posts tagged with ‘BTW’

I’d Forgotten Modem Skush!

July 31, 2009

I’ve just come across this little plug for Yahoo. While not being exactly accurate overall, for the Yahoo! company it’s about right. What amazed me was the modem which I’ve completely forgotten about now.  Also the time scale – it’s only a dozen years or so since I picked up a mouse and thought […]

Turkey Bans Google

July 15, 2009

I can’t vouch for the information as I don’t live in Turkey, but I’ve just found out that Turkey has blocked Google Groups from internet access for it’s citizens.  See: Turkey & My Foreign Perspectives with Bea Vanni: Goodbye Google Alert: Hello More Bans for Turkey While my Turkey blog is less frequent these […]

Top Browser, IE6!

April 13, 2009

Wassup I use a myriad of plugins on my website (and have tested zillions more). A plugin, for those that don’t know, is an add-on to the basic WordPress install that I use to run this blog.  You can get plugins for all sorts of blogging, forum and CMS systems… Anyway, for a week, I’m […]

DB Cache Replaces WP Super Cache

March 18, 2009

Following on from my previous little post about DB Cache, I’ve been using it since that time and it seems to be faster to me from little old Blighty.  I use a USA based host so anything I see has to cross the pond anyway, but in a non-logged-in state, page loading is definitely faster […]

Chipping or Chopping: Phorm, Google and The Erosion of Privacy

March 12, 2009

The acknowledged founder of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, created the idea and much of the system that allows information to be shared, from the web page, by hyper-links, across the globe.  His was a basically altruistic idea. Brilliantly, it has brought disparate peoples together in hitherto unforeseen ways.  Anyone (like me), can […]