Mobile coverage maps

A couple of weeks ago, I was reading one of my technology RSS feeds (The Register), and I came across a review piece of RootMetrics coverage map.

Previously, operator and industry coverage maps have been pretty terrible, but this one looked great.

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My social networking world

The past couple of weeks have seen my free time dwindle somewhat.  More to do, longer working hours, bugs, deadlines, pressures, darker nights – all fighting for my available free minutes, and causing the eyelid clamps to work harder to keep me awake.

I felt some small changes were required, and the miscellaneous periphery took the first blow of the axe.  Continue reading “My social networking world”

Upgrading Windows Server 2008 R2 from Standard to Enterprise

I never really intended for this to be a technology blog, but considering that IT is both my job and my hobby, it’s only natural that a few technology based posts will pop up from time to time.

I’m hoping that I can save at least one person from the personal hell I suffered over two days this past week.  Before I go on, I should perhaps make it clear that yes, I’d love a test lab to play with these things and learn on, but I haven’t got one and the bean counters won’t pay for one, so I have to sort this stuff out on the fly…  🙁

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Social Networking and Blogging

Ont’internet is my first real foray into blogging.  Sharing my opinions and thoughts to a limited audience, where I control all the data on my own site, presents both challenges and opportunities, and I relish both.

The initial challenge was “where do I blog?”.  Continue reading “Social Networking and Blogging”