Month: July 2009

  • The iPhone Post (Part the Second)

    The day iPhone 3GS was announced, I realised that on pure technical stats, it was higher spec than the second computer my family owned, bought in 1999 for a tidy sum – a Pentium III 550MHz with 128MB of RAM and 16GB of disk space. Here Apple was selling a device that could comfortably fit […]

  • Irony Win

    The Victorian Centre of IT Excellence website warns that the site is best viewed in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 at 800×600. This is not the centre of excellence you’re looking for.

  • 40 Years Ago

    The Big Picture blog has some great photos of the Apollo 11 mission on the 40th anniversary of the take-off.

  • The iPhone Post (Part the First)

    This was the fifth day in a row, and it was starting to get ludicrous. iPhone 3GSs were still out of stock at the Apple store, just like they had been for the last week. Across the street, two girls in smart black shirts and beige skirts presided over a forlorn looking Telstra store, empty […]

  • Tuesday Afternoon

    It’s only Tuesday and it’s already a slow week. Here’s a couple of links for you: Somali Cruises – the hot new cruise/adventure holiday destination! We sail up and down the coast of Somalia waiting to get hijacked by pirates. We encourage you to bring your ‘High powered weapons’ along on the cruise. If you […]

  • LOLrio Kart

    The difference between you and someone who got into MIT? You were satisfied with just pushing your shopping trolley around: That thing can clock 45 miles per hour, or 72km/h! Dude, you frigging kidding me?! (more info here) (via)

  • Billie Tweets

    A tribute to Michael Jackson, Web mashup style: Oh Internet, how you surprise me daily.