Aled Treharne on July 22nd, 2009

This time last week, I thought I would be writing a very different post to this one, but TomTom have, after the initial problems, really come through. Not only does the device et a resounding recommendation from me, but their support does as well. So, what happened? Last week I bought myself a toy that […]

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Aled Treharne on January 12th, 2009

I have problems with keyboards. I’m fussy. If I don’t get fussy, my wrists complain. So at work, I prodded and was duly presented with my choice of natural keyboards and I ordered a Microsoft one. Although I don’t particularly like providing such a huge company with money (I like supporting the little guy) this […]

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Aled Treharne on July 4th, 2008

A geeky post for once. For those of you who use a flavour of Unix and need to do so remotely, you’ve probably come across screen (if you haven’t, go read). I use screen lots – for example, my IM client is a command-line curses-based client (centerim) running in a screen. This means that when […]

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