Internet

Internet

When Things Go Wrong: aka Thank Goodness for Amazon Drive

I have a NAS drive, and it holds all my worldly digital goods. That is, it has all my photos, videos, documents and other things. I still...

Internet, Sport, TV

The Premier League in an SVOD World – Running the Numbers

This week, Amazon Prime in the UK has begun the first of its streaming-only games offered to Prime subscribers. You will recall that during...

Internet, Radio

Space for Audio: The Internet and Streaming Radio

Yesterday I was a speaker at this year’s Radio TechCon conference, and took part in a “debate” about the future of...

Films, Internet

Flixster Transition to Google Play

A few weeks back I noted that Flixster would be closing soon and had written to me to say that my film collection would transition to...

Internet

Twitter’s Algorithmic Toxicity

This piece started life as a Twitter thread – ironically – which I posted recently. Read the thread here, or read on....

Internet, Media

RIP Flixster

At the start of this year I noted that buying a digital movie or TV series in the UK was an absolute mess. You can buy movies or TV series...

Internet

Transitioning from Evernote to OneNote

I feel a little bad about this, but I’ve decided to close down my Evernote account and move across to OneNote. The main reason is...

Internet, Technology

NAS Upgrading Fun

I’m documenting this, just in case there’s someone out there for whom it’s useful. I had two NAS drives, both made by...

Internet

Undercover Advertising

In the UK, we have some really tight restriction on what and how we are able to advertise. Ofcom has a Broadcasting Code. The Advertising...

Films, Internet

Great Sadness

This week, the Paweł Pawlikowski film, Cold War, was released on home video. I missed this in the cinema, even though I found the...