Monthly Archives: July 2008

iPhone must-have apps, revisited

Revisiting my list of must-have apps, here’s a few more that have made the grade: Scribble, a useful sketch pad. If a picture is worth a thousand words, a badly-drawn diagram on the iPhone must be worth a couple of … Continue reading

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iPhone update

So, it’s been a week of living with the iPhone, how’s it going? Mostly, pretty good. I’m still in awe of the fact that a mobile phone has some basic usability added to it, and that to do anything I … Continue reading

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Hmmm, upgrades

So, you may not have noticed (apart from the authentication-fu for a few hours last night) but this blog has now been upgraded to use the latest version of Movable Type. As part of the upgrade, it’s also moved onto … Continue reading

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iPhone must-have apps

I’m sure there will be millions of posts and articles along the same lines (cool iPhone apps), but I’m adding my personal choices because I can. So: FileMagnet from Magnetism Studios. As Jeremy mentions, this is an insanely useful app. … Continue reading

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iPhone

When the original iPhone came out I spurned it in favour of my n95. The idea of downgrading to Edge/2.5G didn’t really appeal to me, but I promised myself that when a 3G version was released, I’d rush out and … Continue reading

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London estate agents

For most of April and May I’ve been undertaking the Sisyphean task of finding suitable living accommodation in London, based on a fairly lengthy list of requirements and a rather sparse budget. I must have seen more than 50 properties … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-changes

So, it’s been a bit quiet around here for the last few months as there’s been a lot of changes going on. I’ve now got a bit more time to post some updates, the first of which is yet another … Continue reading

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