Blog post from February 2005

  • Here's Johnny!

    Well, not quite Johnny, but I'm back does that count? Hopefully you should notice a few changes around here. Ok, here's what's new, from the plainly obvious to the not so noticeable: a new design! (well durr) sort by category in the archives. comment…

  • 50 Invites

    It was mentioned a couple of days ago about Gmail increasing available invites dramatically after there being a shortage of late. Today I just noticed that they've moved the invites box again and that I've got 50 invites compared to the five I'd had…

  • Griffin ITrip Mini

    The Griffin iTrip Mini is the first accessory that I've purchased for my Apple iPod Mini. It is an FM transmitter which allows you to broadcast your iPod Mini songs over the airwaves to any FM radio or receiver. The main reason I've got this little d…

  • IPod Vs The Cassette

    Seems like I'll be writing about my iPod Mini for quite a while as I've got nothing better to say. Today, try and decide which is better, an iPod or a cassette. You may not think it's a tough decision but a website has experiemented with the two huge…

  • IPod Envy Fix

    So the writings continue on everything iPod. They're not very scientific or reviews or anything that might actually be use to most people. Though I hope people might find some of it funny. Here's another weird site in the iPod world - Paper iPod. Sim…

  • MSN Messenger Down

    It seems like MSN Messneger is having a lot of problems recently. It went down last night and now it is down again. This is extremely frustrating when you can't quickly, effectively and freely get a message to someone, even if they're just across tow…

  • Google Finds WMD

    Google have released a map service called - you'll never guess - Google Maps. You can use it to search for certains things and it'll give you the locations. Arve Bersvendsen has used Google's new service to find what everyone has been looking for. We…

  • All About Bloglines

    Bloglines is an online RSS aggregator which is used daily by thousands of people from all over the world. The content available on this service is astonishing. Any website which uses RSS feeds to deliver content can be added to someone's "reading lis…

  • Yahoo! Firefox Extension

    Yahoo! have announced a beta release of a toolbar extension for Firefox. This is similar to the one which has been available for Microsoft's Internet Explorer for a long while now. Maybe this doesn't mean anything but I think it signifies something a…

  • Dailies

    You may or may not have noticed that there is new section to the site -- code named "Dailies". This is where you will find links to a huge variety of sites from all corners (does the web have corners?) of the web. Every day (well that's the plan) new…