One of those stories where the technology isn’t working the way you think it would.
I talked myself into getting one of those DNA test kits. This could be a laugh… apart from the spit.
It happens even to the best of us, but that honestly doesn’t make me feel any better about it.
“Alexa, open Gary Taylor’s website.”
(Updated 13 March)
When theory meets practice, who wins? Will it ever be the poor customer?
Yes, even my small outpost on the Interweb needs to be GDPR-compliant!
We’d really, really like to bring our WhatsApp newsletter back. But not at any cost.
How far do we have to go to remove all traces of our previous indiscretions?
Sometimes, you have to go back to basics.
And why are we so willing to turn a blind eye to what happens with it?
Virgin Media’s Quickstart process is missing a few steps…
Actually it will do no such thing, but it’s the lack of thought that counts.
My new home, but with some unboxing to do.
Or, why are IT people so crap at communicating?
Sometimes, things should just work. When it comes to calendaring, they often don’t.
A random thought brought back a few happy football memories. A few sad ones, too.
No, it’s not a Gruffalo-style Christmas story – I’ve bought one of each.
How difficult is it to set up your own web and email space? Well…
Information is power, which might be why the trains companies don’t like you having it.
You know you didn’t. But it can be difficult to prove.