As a musician myself, I would almost be tempted to buy one of these, but questions remain. Which chord plays when you flush?
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David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't pay the bills. David's main focus is on communications, as well as internet technologies, regulation and mobile devices.
Heavens, could there be some unironed issues with biometric technology? Good job there isn't some enormous, costly scheme on the horizon which'll stand or fall on biometrics, eh?
I spent yesterday afternoon at the MultiService Forum press day at BT Central. Subjected to a mind-boggling array of acronyms, I'm afraid I bordered on nodding off at several points, but it did get me thinking about IMS in general.
Oh dear, the government does not seem to be getting on well with that pesky team from the London School of Economics, who insist on putting the ID card scheme under continuous scrutiny.Apart from claiming that the scheme doesn't need to undergo full and rigorous testing before being implemented (!
This issue, as you will know, is a constant bugbear for business travellers and, well, anyone wanting to take advantage of the shiny new services'n' surfing that mobile content providers (and corporate IT departments) are so keen to promote. ZDNet UK has covered it extensively in the past and will, I can assure you, continue to do so.
While wading my way through Ofcom's rather interesting one-year-on report into Openreach, I spotted the following vital point:"Several communications providers who had been unhappy about not having an Openreach account manager now report mangers are in place."Just in time for Christmas, too!
It'll be very interesting to see how this story plays out. There have been significant rumblings in the blogosphere over problems with migrating Talk Talk's existing customers onto unbundled platforms as it is.