So, as some of you may or may not know, I recently gave up the glamourous world of educational IT to go and work for a real company, with real computers for real money and everything.
Shaun (ZeroHour to you) suggested itíd be a cool idea for me to blog about my experiences, and being the slacker I am, Iíve only just got round to it.
So, here it is, Mikeís glorious adventures in business, and joining the rest of the happy smiley commuters on the short trip up to London.
I know its a pain for us a network admins, but the software itself is actually quite impressive.
Photoshop is now seventeen years old. Yes, Seventeen.
I first started using photoshop at version 5, and its useablility and stability shocked me then. I've upgraded to every new version as soon as I've been able to, and I've never been disappointed.
2 blogs in one day?! you cry....
Last summer I decided to eschew (look it up) british festivals in favour of going and trying the european equivilant.
My reasons for doing so were many - up until that point I'd been an avid Reading & Glastonbury goer, however raising prices, falling standards of bands and generally wanting
So, I've has an Asus Eeepc to play with for a couple of days now, and thought I'd share my experiences.
First thing that hits you is the size of this thing. Its dinky. REALLY dinky. I know every review has said that but until you get your hands on one to play with you don't really see it.
Here it is on my 15" Powerbook