Monthly Archives: January 2012

Motorway speed limit

People have been talking recently about increasing the motorway speed limit to 80 mph. I’d like to see this happen, even if just given a trial on one or two roads. At the moment when a motorway has reasonably free … Continue reading

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Internet use and data security

As we use the internet, how seriously do we take our data security? I’ve been using the internet now for over 20 years. My first real experience involved a friend taking me off to some Unix computers to look at … Continue reading

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Closed Currys, not surprised.

Just walked passed a Currys Digital store here in central Glasgow to find it totally closed. Saddened in that it is one less high street store open, but not surprised to see it happen. One thing that has characterised my … Continue reading

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Good books, young and adult.

Good books can be for both young and adult reading. One thing I’ve been reminded of through reading (and enjoying) the Harry Potter books is that just because a book may be written with a young audience in mind doesn’t … Continue reading

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Final Cut Pro X

¬†Final Cut Pro X It’s now around six months since I got my copy of Final Cut Pro X. A bit of history. My first video editing experience started off with Windows Movie Maker, but I soon wanted something that … Continue reading

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