Blog Posts in 'Technology'
I have spent a few hours today trying to use a Remote Desktop Connection from my Macbook to my Vista X64 machine on the same local network. After countless hits of exceptionally slow speed, I realised that it wasn’t network bandwidth or even heavy CPU usage that was slowing down my experience.
Some tips about the plethora of ways to capture an image of the desktop (or parts of the desktop) on a Mac Book / Apple's OSX.
Mono allows users of Linux and OSX to run .NET Applications written in C# and Visual Basic on their computers. While not perfect - it opens up a whole batch of applications to users of Linux and OSX.
My initial experiences with a MacBook and the infuriating lack of a hash key unless you know the hidden knowledge of the mac.
After purchasing a Vodafone v1605 (aka. the HTC TyTn / Hermes), I tell my story of getting my new toy to work on the 3 Mobile Network - with Planet 3 and all.
A complete stab in the dark at what could well be some of the defining features of what will one day, undoubtedly, have the mysterious name 'Web 3.0'. I thought I would extrapolate the lines that connect the 'read only web 1.0' to the features we know relate to Web 2.0.
With the Sony PS3 pushing Blu-Ray to consumers and the X-Box 360 add-on advancing HD-DVD in the public domain, I thought it time to give full consideration to both formats in an effort to predict which format will be dominant and which will go the way of Betamax.