Date: 9th February 2016
An unusual set of circumstances had me making some additions to my technology surroundings the last couple of days. My OS X computing serenity was disturbed by the need of running a Windows version of an app (looking at you Powerpoint Mac and your inability to embed fonts) caused me to run Windows 10 in bootcamp. To compound that horror, today I went out and bought an Android phone.
Date: 18th March 2015
Last week was an interesting week in the world of technology and gadgets. Google’s Android 5.1 started rolling out, bringing fixes and some new features to the popular mobile os. Google calendar is finally available as a native app on the iPhone. And Apple gave us a spring forward event to begin the season… While […]
Date: 25th October 2014
Accessibility is the science of developing technologies and interfaces in such a way that users with limited abilities (visual, auditory or control impairments) can use tools and channels to achieve parity with those whose abilities are not. Web pages separate text from the interface and the design, so that screen readers can read out text […]
Date: 19th March 2013
Microsoft released Internet Explorer 10 to users of Windows 7 in the last couple of weeks. A new feature in the browser makes it very easy to check your password for correctness before clicking the login buttons. When you start typing in the password field, a small icon (looking like an upside down u on […]
Date: 12th February 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUCcObwIsOs A brilliant monologue by Michael Stevens of VSauce on the redeeming virtues of Comic Sans, that oft maligned fonts. Not just does he defend the use of Comic Sans brilliantly, but he also provides some ideas on the etymology of fonts and typefaces. PS: Even the geniuses at CERN use Comic Sans.