Monthly Archives: May 2014

I must write a “take me with you” list

So, despite having so much advanced time to prepare, I’m sitting at Reading Station knowing there are things I should have done or packed. 1) Properly configure the printer so I can print across the home network when I need … Continue reading

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Well, that was easy

My new Devolo Homeplug AV adapters arrived in the post today and very quickly everything was up and running. There were some minor problems, such as realising there was no CD of software AFTER I had swapped out the existing … Continue reading

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Nothing anti-social about social networks

Recently I’ve seen some serious propaganda on the anti-social aspects of social networking. One example was the totally bogus quote from Einstein that tried to associate smartphone usage with idiocy. Another was the Look Up video by Gary Turk, which … Continue reading

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How the beer theme went

So, another Reading beer festival has come and gone. Time to see how well I was able to drink to a theme. On Friday I was volunteering to help out at the entrance scanning in advance ticket holders. To help … Continue reading

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The Last Basket Maker of Caversham

Not sure when this wall was revealed in Star Road, Caversham (near where I work) but, judging from the presence of scaffolding, it must have been recently. W. & R. KnightBasket ManufacturersCaversham A better quality photo taken by someone else … Continue reading

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