This season my rugby team has started to use Teamer.net as a way of contacting players and asking them for their availability for matches. When we first began people seemed slightly confused due to a change in the way we do things but sending a team notification with Teamer.net is ...more»
I recently moved in to a new property and as such had to move all my belongings with me. The landlord at the new apartment had provided us with a 28" screen mounted on the wall which I intended on replacing with my 42" TV.
I didn't want to use the ...more»
When I first heard that Google had created their own Social Network I knew that I wanted in. The following are the steps I took to get an invite and ultimately get in to Google+
The first thing you need to do is get an invite. These come in two forms an official invite from ...more»
I'm currently staying in a rather nice hostel/hotel in Edinburgh as it's Wales vs Scotland in the six nations.
The hostel provides seven PCs for residents to use at a charge of £1 for 20 minutes use, this to me seemed a little steep for the amount of interneting that I ...more»
Earlier on I described a work around to enable you to view your Tweets in Lifestream.
This workaround was not a great solution and so I set about hacking the extension.inc.php code in the extensions/twitter folder of Lifestream.
I remembered reading a retweet by mubix who had outlined how Twitter and HTC ...more»
With the introduction of OAuth as Twitters only available login method many programs and scripts broke.
Most noteably Peep on any HTC phone refused to update and now the handy Lifestream plugin for Wordpress will not fetch my Twitter updates.
The first issue was fixed by HTC after a few days.
The second ...more»
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