Now beginning the slow decline to his 40’s, Andy was born in Derby, UK but now living in Youngstown, Ohio, USA. Professionally, he has risen from the ranks of Technical Support, through Data Center Operations, to (most recently) Systems Administration […]Read More
In my copious free time, I am drawn to the world of gaming – most specifically Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) gaming which has led to a few personal projects over the years that I am particularly proud of (and entertained by). […]Read More
Professionally, through over a decade of systems and networking-focused Systems Administration and Technical Support I have gained experience of many end-user/corporate computer and network architectures, both physical and virtualized – resulting in a career spanning Technical Support, Network Operations and […]Read More
So, a quick note for those with the above software – I’d recommend you trying to access an EDB (Exchange Database) file from one of your backups with Veeam Explorer for Exchange at your soonest convenience – it appears that there […]
Well, the old homepage was getting a bit stale and in a blog format wasn’t really catching the eye or serving much of a purpose. So… I took a few minutes to spruce up the old homestead with some graphics […]
It’s been a busy end of the week for me, as among all the regular family things (wife and Zapling are good, thanks!), as promised the MMO Central website launched! It’s been a number of months in the making but […]
On May 15th 2015, myself and the MMO-Central team will reveal what we have been working so hard on the last few months. Our logo alone has gone through five complete overhauls, the site has had three distinct looks and […]
So its been awhile since I’ve written and I thought it would be time to bring you all up to date with what I’ve been doing online. Those familiar with me will know that I’ve been running the WildStar fansite […]
My background in mobile computing began in ernest when I first acquired a Palm V. From there I moved though a Palm M515, to a Palm Tungsten T3. After this line of PDA’s I then jumped ship to smartphones – first on Windows Mobile via a XDA Stellar (aka HTC TyTN II) and latterly on Android via a Motorola Droid2.
Now I’ve made the jump to tablets and I’ve recently took delivery of then started using a Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime (TF201 – 32GB, Champagne model) (Amazon)
This isn’t a unit review – there’s plenty of those out there if you want to Google for them. This isn’t even an OS review (it runs Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich – and looks very fine doing so) because they are out there too.
This is a software suite selection blog – namely for Android business apps I’ve decided upon.
Ahead of the WildStar Community Uplink tomorrow/today. Taking a cue from Gazimoth over at http://www.manaobscura.com/2011/09/22/claiming-sanctuary-from-griefers/, defining the causes of ingame abuse is indeed a key step to identifying solutions. Additionally, each type of disruption can be categorised. You’ll see why […]
So, been a while since my last update it seems. In no particular order I am now married, an official Green Card holder (at least for the next two years before I have to do the next batch of paperwork), […]
Marriage License has been applied for (and will be available in a few days) – and it randomly appeared in the paper! Next step is to find a Judge and make an appointment to do the actual wedding-y bit!
Well, it really doesn’t feel like I’ve been in the USA for only four weeks – I’m as comfortable in the apartment as to feel I’ve always lived here. Of course, the problem being with a lack of nearby/reliable public […]