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Windows 8 / Server 2012

Posted by Klynton on Feb 21, 2013 - 10:28 PM
I'm still waiting for the first person to tell me how all their servers have touchscreen monitors.

MS certainly appear to believe this is the standard given it's the default.... *sorry* only UI available.

Review Published

Posted by Klynton on Dec 06, 2004 - 04:00 PM
06/12/04 Just a quick update message about a site I found. http://theinquirer.org/?article=17469 this site contains a review I wrote about my MP3 player (the Feper KR7110). Which amused me greatly when I found it. Not sure how big or popular the site is, but it's nice to be randomly mentioned.

New Toy

Posted by Klynton on Nov 07, 2004 - 11:05 PM
07/11/04 I have a new toy, as shown by the picture. It's a 1GB USB Flash Disk, which has some nice features, but for me it's just a large (but small) disk that I can carry around with me. Very very useful, and was rather cheap. The casing is fine, metal, the writing on the metal is slowly wearing off due to being kept with my keys and change but as long as the disk remains intact I don't care.

Another New Toy

Posted by Klynton on Jul 21, 2004 - 10:15 AM
21/07/04 Well I'm off back to rainy Manchester on Friday. Lease runs out at this house so until I get a job and vacate to a random part of the UK (or beyond?) I'll be doing something in back in the home village of Disley. Still it'll be good to get out of Hull, away to the countryside. So I guess updates will be less frequent due to the badness of the 56KB modem.

For this updates picture I thought I'd introduce you all to my new tech toy. I'll probably do a write up on it later as it is rather cool. But for now here it is. It's a Feper KR7110 MP3 and USB Card Reader (click on link for review and info). So in a few words it's a really small little device that playes MP3s and also reads memory cards. Not bad for £20. Will see me fine through those long train journeys, and means I can carry presentations around on it as well.