12345» What CSS still needs in August 2022 30Aug2022 / The Web Today's request is a small one, but I think an important one. I always like to make a little mention of the features I would like in CSS. Today is once again, one that makes perfect sense. My new smart home July 2022 09Jul2022 / Smart Homes Smart homes have got dumber and dumber over the last few years with more and more devices that require a cloud service to help them maintain their state. Well, I've been reversing this with more and more local execution-based devices around my house to fix this problem. Why I will never buy another Mac again 24May2022 / Technology I love Macs, but I also hate them for what they are. Moving everything to digital in education 02May2022 / Education As a teacher of Computing, it's one of my goals to push everything I do to digital. This week I made another big step towards this goal. Recovering from COVID 14Sep2021 / Life I have now had COVID. But I'm now out on the other side and on the recovery side of it. I want to tell you just how savage this virus is. Should the TV License be replaced? 21Jul2021 / Technology The UK's TV License is an expensive yet very dated idea that needs to be looked at. In this article I take a look at the problems with the TV license as well as the difficulties that are faced with bringing in a replacement. The move from Intel 19Jun2021 / Technology The world of computing processors is shifting. More and more users, particularly those building custom PCs such as myself, are moving away from Intel. As someone who has shares in both Intel and AMD, I am often faced with the difficult choice as to who to put more of my money into these days. Using Homebridge 15Apr2021 / Smart Homes Homebridge is an awesome tool that makes it easy to connect non-HomeKit products to your Apple HomeKit powered smart home systems. I'm going to explain why it's so great in this article. My smart home setup 07Apr2020 / Smart Homes Something that has interested me since its conception in about 2006 was the concept of what is now known as the smart home - it's always been something I've dreamt about. How did serial take over from parallel? 03Jan2020 / Technology In this post I am discussing how serial communication overtook parallel communication as the main method of communication in computer systems. 12345»Powered by DASH 2.0 (beta) Scan and keep for the latest article or review every time!