Beginning today, I proclaim an international day of celebration.Over the course of 31 days, I've been without broadband.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher. She holds a degree in Medical Anthropology.
Jump straight into the deep-end with some money recovering and time saving tips to ensure you get what you need as efficiently as possible.1.
I was told about these last week and was held off until now; annoyingly after Channel 8 decided to post their own video, probably to get all the credit. Sometimes I think, why do I bother do this job?
We can soon expect a sudden influx, a mass exodus of students seeking refuge at some of the world's best universities. With this, the amount of prospective students heading to the local computer store to get a new laptop will be immense, just as years before.
Long story short, myself and my friend Dan were contemplating whether digital cameras, the modern replacement for film-fed cameras, were the cause of diminishing memories of the best days of our lives - at university.Although this podcast was spur of the moment; not recorded under professional circumstances (but when have I done that anyway?
I chose these from personal experience, but also from asking many friends from around the world who are involved in technology and study at the same time. Some gadgets come with a recommendation, whereas others don't; things like laptops and cell phones can't be selected for everybody, it'd be ridiculous for me to recommend something which may not apply suitably to you.
Student? Moved out of halls? Ready to move into your new student digs?
Oh the fun. Once again, another police website has been hacked by a student, showing that even the police aren't safe from all crimes.
Over the last week or two, I've been inundated with an email. On a serious note, there have been a few questions asked; not that they need clarification as I've already covered these things, I'll answer these anyway.
You know the drill. You spend thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars on higher education at your college or university of choice.