Reading Time: < 1 minute Earlier in the month we wrote about the CDC Atlanta collectors cards of viruses (or should that be viri?) Not to be outdone, toy makers have struck back with giant microbes in plush fur including flu, black death and ebola.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Ok, its the Sunday morning (late) after the Saturday night, your feet are aching, your clothes stink of cigarettes and your ear drums have been desensitised by 5 kW of music power. Oh yeah and your best mate is working his way through the contents of your fridge. Some jazzy gear to ease those frayed … Read moreRad Gear For Coming Down
Reading Time: < 1 minute I’ve looked forward to the return of my watch. Its been almost three months but my old Submariner has been serviced by Rolex in London. The watch is immaculate and I see no reason in ever buying a new one. The service and a new brezel cost almost 200GBP, but the quality of the work … Read moreReturn of my Watch
Reading Time: 2 minutes Friday, and my Palm PDA bleeped in that nagging sort of way that it does. I looked down and saw that it was time to get my watch serviced again. I have the good fortune to have got a Rolex Submariner at a knockdown price off my old man some years ago before their prices … Read moreRolex service centre brand experience
Reading Time: < 1 minute Are we too complex is a post that I originally wrote on the now defunct Alwayson Network regarding the thoughts of Dan Geer on complexity in technology. Dan’s ideas are interesting because they make sense to the man in the street. For instance the more complex you make something, the more likely it is to … Read moreAre we too complex?