Daddys getting new shoes…… This blog has been spared the endless torrent of yammering about running but not for much longer. See, at the top of lockdown my wife and kids were all out there running Parkrun, as a family we’d been taking the kids to the junior events for a while now (both kids … Read moreNew treads
Someone asked me today how I’d been coping lately. And in return I asked if they’d been keeping safe. It’s quite amusing if you ignore all of the terrible illness and lives lost. But people seem to, even if just for a little while, have become a bit more human again. A little caveat right … Read moreThe End Times
Very dramatic sounding post title but here’s a little irritation that’s been nagging at me for a while now – the difference between a Quote and an Estimate and how my accounting software forces me to use it. The best, and shortest, explanation I can/have found is that an estimate price is flexible and a … Read moreIs tech too universal – not respecting local laws?
Recent work has brought me into contact with some tired systems, and I’m not sure if you’ve noticed but over the last few years even cheap cheap gear is better built now and lasts well beyond a sensible usable time. I fished a laptop out of a cupboard the other day, it was a decent … Read moreIs it just you or is your computer tired too?
I’ve long held a belief that when people use technology they don’t like to feel stupid so when asked they’ll claim they’re totally happy with a certain device or application. My thing has been, for the longest time, about this and it’s affect on a technical support service. I don’t like Technical Support, I don’t … Read moreI knew it!