Finally deployed the new Kids Space web site after a number of reworks, but results were worth while. Now working on the search ranks.
Well I think Microsoft has producted another dog with its revamp of Windose 8 with 8.1 update which still has the blues. I have been using 8 from the early beta releases and it is a good OS once you work out how to use it.
Now some programs just don't ran and they have put back a half baked Start Button. The best $5.00 I have spent on software was for START8 which puts and proper version of the Start button and menu back into Windose 8.
And on a PC you could live without the start screen and the useless app tiles.
If you hear anyone say, "That was weird"... or... "I don't understand what just happened"... they're probably working on your computer.
Ever wondered what the difference between CC and BCC is in e-mail? CC stands for "carbon copy," while BCC stands for "blind carbon copy" everyone on the CC or BCC list will receive a copy of the e-mail. However, every recipient can view the CC list, while the BCC list is completely private.
If you BCC someone on an e-mail, they'll receive a copy of that e-mail, but no other recipients will know.
The first problem was obtaining a Raspberry Pi as buying one was tricky: firstly the online shops were down, then the queue for a Pi was rather long.
I ordered mine from element14.
AMC's The Killing - TV Series; The Killing is an American crime drama television series based upon the Danish television series Forbrydelsen (literally The Crime), translated as The Killing in its English language distribution. The American version was developed by Veena Sud and produced by Fox Television Studios and Fuse Entertainment. It is nearly as addictive to watch as the all cigs they smoke, its great!
Dan Brown's novel Inferno
Harvard University professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital with a head wound and no memory of the last few days. His last memory is walking on the Harvard campus, but he quickly realizes that he is now in Florence... Wikipedia
The Inferno of Dante
Written by: Dante Alighieri (translated by Robert Pinsky)
Narrated by: John Cleese
Poet and essayist Robert Pinsky's translation captures the intensity and passion of the literary masterpiece, and world-renowned actor John Cleese contributes a profound and electrifying performance. Find it at Audible