If you asked me to look into my crystal ball and tell you what the biggest thing in electrical & telecommunications engineering is going to be within the next 5 or so years, it’s Machine-to-Machine communications – also known as the Internet of Things. For long enough our computing technology Continue Reading
How to live without fixed-line Internet
Broadband is something most people take for granted. I’ve moved house a fair few times, and a very common theme is that the new place has no pre-existing internet connection. Usually this would mean suffering for about a month on a pre-paid 3G plan while waiting for ADSL to get installed. Continue Reading
Wasabi Mango QHD277 Prime Korean Monitor Review
Can you really get a top-shelf 1440p monitor for AU$320? Deep down in the manufacturing enclaves of Seoul, South Korea lies a number of small enterprises that buy “A-” panels on the cheap from local OEM giant LG. The whole story is on Whirlpool courtesy of always-helpful member AndrewRox22; in a nutshell, Continue Reading
Check out my latest site!
Apologies for the long time I’ve been away. You’ll notice that I’m now hosting my own WordPress blog rather than using WordPress.com, and, well, a lot has happened since the last time I blogged! Today, I’ve successfully managed to launch the development project I’ve been working on for the last Continue Reading
New Developments at Gift Sensations & Aussies Abroad
The effort I put into my clients’ projects is always ongoing, that’s the way I contract my services. In order to keep the interest of customers, it is always preferential to keep your sites and services new and fresh at least every month. Here’s what I’ve been doing over the Continue Reading
Another day, another ePages fix! Many people will often complain about the limitations of the ePages software when it comes to not being able to edit the source code. With that said, most core functions are hard coded by the provider, and unfortunately since ePages is a German product, a Continue Reading
A Post About My PC
I built my PC (well, I always build my PCs!) last year to a $700 budget and it’s still got the performance to take it through the next few years of games, virtualisation, design, engineering and coding!
UNSW at Dusk
The main walkway looking west at dusk.
Testing out the camera on iPhone 4S
Took a drive to the eastern suburbs to take some pretty pic-a-tures, thoroughly surprised by how good the picture quality is on the iPhone 4S, the above was taken with HDR on, and by golly does it look good.
Gift Sensations now Online
I’m excited to unleash my first live site unto the world! I spent a month totally redesigning the site of Sydney-based gift basket company Gift Sensations (total story can be found in Portfolio). You owe it to yourself to take a look, constructive criticism is more than welcome! Gift Baskets Continue Reading