I am always coming across odd, interesting a funny snippets and images on the internet. I often find these are things which I think deserve to be shared again for more to see, I posted a few on this blog but as I am trying to tune “Dan’s Tech Blog” into a more technological focused […]
So I have been spending a lot of time in Reading recently, and I am loving every minute of it. In past couple of weeks I have seen more geeks that I dare comprehend, from going for dinner with the “Developer Developer Developer” crowd which lead to meeting a few interesting people I got talking […]
I recently took up writing the majority of my posts using Windows Live Writer when I installed the Windows Live Essentials 2011 software, and so far its been pretty decent and includes some great features, including the ability to easily add watermark text to images before uploading to the blog, and here’s how. Once […]
So I am in Reading, just finsihed my second look at the University of Reading and well, this time I am much keener. I previously took a look at the first open day on the 2nd October, but didn’t really take a thorough look. This time round I have had some interesting chats and learnt […]
This is simply a post “for the lols” … Google isn’t sure if Google.com is what you want… What is?
I came across a very interesting page on YouTube the other day which provides some incredible statistics for you’re video speeds when using YouTube. This provides some fantastically geeky data, you can see your average video speed over the past month (while using YouTube), compare your average to others in your location, country and the […]
The more I break into the Student world, particularly with the Microsoft Student Partners programme and getting ever closer to University I am finding more and more perks and free stuff available, so here’s a few you should check out! (If you’re a young hip student of course). Naturally most of these focus on software […]
I had a bit of a dilemma today as I needed to create a widget to house the BT.com widget (which you can now see on the sidebar) and for this I decided the easiest way would be to knock up a standalone plugin for this. While looking into this I discovered a very handy little WordPress […]