Your ‘LIKE’ matters, what you ‘SHARE’ is *your* integrity.

Facebook advert showing friend’s endorsement

It disturbs me when I see folks on social media posting potentially damaging things without a sense of critical analysis and discernment, or acting apparently without integrity. I’ve seen both on facebook today.

Both the overly rational and the overly irrational seem susceptible to this on facebook. In . . . → Read More: Your ‘LIKE’ matters, what you ‘SHARE’ is *your* integrity.

Backups: Is your data secure? What if your disk failed today?

I use a Linux server for to store all my backups, but today it sent me an email saying “disk failed.”

Panic!

No need, no need. Or should I say “keep calm and carry on”, because my backup server is a “RAID” system, phew! Using a RAID system means I can take the broken . . . → Read More: Backups: Is your data secure? What if your disk failed today?

An Open Letter To Ofcom: Please Separate Handset Contracts From Phone Tariff Contracts

If Ofcom outlawed the anti-competitive practice of bundling mobile phone handsets & connection contracts of more than 30 days. Consumers would save millions. See why in my open letter to Ofcom, and read what they had to say in response! . . . → Read More: An Open Letter To Ofcom: Please Separate Handset Contracts From Phone Tariff Contracts