Category Archives: Tech
Photos from tonight’s ‘A Taste of Exploratory Testing‘ given by Anne-Marie Charrett down at Google in Pyrmont. In interesting talk about what exploratory testing actually is, and how you can convince management that you are not just ‘playing around’.
Just updated Steam on my Mac, and on relaunch I get this ‘nice’ Steam Subscriber Agreement notice that I need to agree to before continuing further. Not wanting to try reading the whole agreement in white text on a black/grey … Continue reading
Concerned about the safety of the Red Shirts at the Apple Stores. Will they all make it through Christmas?
Looking into my local Apple Store, I noticed all the employees were wearing Red Shirts. Combined with the look and feel of the store, like something out of a Star Trek episode, I’m concerned about their safety. Will they all … Continue reading
An alliance of Australian retailers trying to make themselves still relevant in the online shopping world (something they have ignored for may years hoping it would die) have decided to try and emulate the US’s Cyber Monday with their effort … Continue reading
Tonight Mark Pesce showed off his secret project at Fishburners. A light cube with integrated computer/web server, that can be remotely controlled via Wi-Fi; can react to movement of the cube; and can talk to another cube via Wi-Fi. And, … Continue reading
Netregistry currently has a promotional discount offer on .com.au and .com domains displayed on its from page. But if you try to register one, the error message below is displayed (click the image to enlarge). So, it looks like Netregistry’s … Continue reading
Don’t you just love sites where the owners forget to update defaults or fill in bits that have been left blank in the default template? It just shows those who are ‘detail oriented’, or not. If you look at the … Continue reading
Some time ago, I found that the copy of Incorruptible #26 on the comiXology iPhone App was broken. Checking the online version, I found it broken too. I have tried to contact comiXology about this problem, twice, and am still … Continue reading