Month: January 2015

Technology

A Portable Music Player

When I was thinking about my future options for a home for my digital music library once I’ve breached Google’s 20,000 song...

Internet

Why I’m Abandoning Google Inbox

There was much excitement last autumn when Google launched Inbox, it’s revolutionary new email program. It came with accompanying...

Sport, TV

Is Golf Becoming as Invisible as Cricket?

According to a report in the Telegraph, the Royal & Ancient is considering whether or not they extend their 50 year broadcasting...

Radio

Radio Radio

A couple of interesting stories today with news that finally there’s a signed agreement to rollout local DAB coverage to 91.2% of FM...

Photography

York

In my ongoing project to purge my computer of photos I took in 2014, but did very little with, here are some from a trip to York nearly a...

Films

Scheduling Films

A regular moan, but it bears repeating. Do we have to have “awards season” films? What is the idiocy behind releasing every...

Internet, Technology, TV

Why is Discovery So Poor in Amazon and Netflix?

Over on The Medium is Not Enough, Rob Buckley notes that Amazon has quietly launched a number of new US series onto the service with hardly...

Photography

London in Colour

Some photos of London with some heavily treated colour. More on Flickr....

Internet, TV

Mozart in the Jungle

A mini-review of this new Amazon series, because I think it deserves it! First things first: there’s no doubt that this is a terrible...

Radio

Mono

With great fanfare, EMI released The Beatles in Mono on CD back in 2009, and on vinyl last year. This, we were told, was the way that The...