Month: April 2012

 

SyncPlaylist by OpenView Design

Cutting straight to the chase, SyncPlaylist is a tiny piece of software that works in Windows systems that enable you to create playlists for a USB drive that you use in your car. SyncPlaylist will also enable creation of playlists that work straight off the USB drive.  So if you’reRead More

Online Backup for WordPress

Backing up of data on a computer is one thing but backing up of a website such as this one and it’s database is another. Websites do crash and even with the best security are vulnerable to attacks from hackers or to host server failures. Whilst these events are extremelyRead More

Trinidadian Lawyer Secures Historic Conviction of a former Head of State

A ‘Trinidadian’ lawyer – Ula Nathai-Lutchman – played a prominent role in the Prosecution team that secured the historic Judgement against former President Charles Taylor. Mr. Taylor, who was indicted while he was still President of Liberia, is the first former Head of State to be convicted by an internationalRead More

Dummies to suffer even more

As the 3rd May 2012 approaches, there is a greater chance that a whole load of dummies are gonna be ripped off here in Britain. What’s so special about 3rd May, you may be wondering and scratching your head. Well, Samsung having rocketed to pole position as world leader inRead More

Situation at a parking meter machine

Everyday situations bring some fascination about the human condition. I’ve done my shopping and return to a multi-storey car park. There is small bay where you go – on foot – to pay for the time that your car spent parked. There are two machines. One large, the other smallRead More

Two great addons for Gmail users.

Say you want to set up for an email to be sent at a certain time, in the future, but you don’t want the hassle of having to remember or do this manually. Say you’re a control freak or a pretend one and you really need to know when yourRead More

When they come for you…

I am disheartened and deeply disappointed to learn of the deplorable circumstances surrounding the removal of Cheryl Miller from her workplace, to St. Ann’s Hospital for psychiatric treatment. My reasoning and inferences herein are based purely on information reported in the media. I have no direct access to the factsRead More

Get Gladinet Cloud

The word ‘cloud’ tends to cause attacks of anxiety these days. If that’s you, stay clear. I don’t wish to be accused of forcing anyone to read anything that causes stress. Gladinet is a service that is ahead of the race. “What race?” you groan. It’s the race to syncRead More

Riot–redefined

As many will know The Cap has so far escaped arrest and extradition, for his ‘tamasic’ writings in relation to Rock-crawlers causing riots. Diehard rock-crawlers intolerant of all things critical of Rock-modus-operandi, had asserted that people have a right to protest if they are frustrated. Enter ‘Chaos’ – the ‘new’Read More

Tamasic

Word of the day: ‘tamasic’. I’ve been judged by an intelligent individual (who will remain nameless – and no it’s not a mental patient) as being involved wholly or in part in “tamasic” qualities. This is taken as intended to mean any one or all of the following: I’m aRead More

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