Category Archives: The Internet
iPlayer statistics in pretty graphical form. Seven Petabytes of data transfered a month. I’d love to see their bandwidth bill…
I’ve seen people moaning (via Twitter) about the (limited) restrictions our university network has in place – such as restricting Skype. They then talk about going to a local coffee shop and using the WiFi to do what they want … Continue reading
The sad thing about Big Ben on Twitter is not that the account exists but that over 11,000 people follow it….
From the ashes of Geocities rises Reocities. Almost makes me want to ressurect my old page. Or part of it at least. Maybe if I get bored and have the time to edit out a few bits I’ll rehost it … Continue reading
Goodbye Geocities. Brought back some fond memories of my first webpages. Had to go and dig them out of my backup store to remind myself just how damn cheesy they were. Had the visitor counter, FAQ and animated gifs. No … Continue reading
Do people actually fall for this? Tour of a ‘Pay to download Firefox’ website.
50 Awesome websites. Ok I’d not say they were all awesome but I found one or two that I’d not seen before and that could well be useful.
Google turns to crowdsourching to populate Google Earth with buildings. Clever.
Not really sure you can class it as macro-blogging or the anti-twitter as Woofer is just a Twitter clone with a 1400 minimum character requirement per ‘woof’. And it’s currently full of people copying text from other places, repeating the … Continue reading
Pirate Bay sale looking doubtfull. Like no one say that coming. Anyway, you can download your own copy of TPB.