Thoughts virgin media are crap

iPlayer comes to Virgin Media

Good News, the wonderful BBC iPlayer is coming to users of Virgin Media’s cable TV service, let’s hope the flaky infrastructure of Virgin Media can cope with the demand. This poses an interesting question does it not, on one hand the ISP’s like Virgin Media are upset that applications like the iplayer are hogging broadband […]


Links for 29 April 2008

GeoWeb 2008 Conference registration open GeoWeb, one of the highest quality GIS GI conferences held every year in beautiful Vancouver is open for Registration Apple Store staff become Star Trek cast members According to, Apple Store staff are to wear colour coded shirts denoting their expertise with slogans specifc to their jobs, Specialists in […]

GPS Thoughts

PND’s not dead yet..

Last Week saw TomTom announce a large drop in quarterly earnings , with sales of their iconic PND becoming more difficult, needing price reductions to keep sales moving. Many are suggesting this is the natural evolution of the market, with saturation at a particular price point on one hand, while on the other, mobile phones […]


Well, as the burnished chariot of fate is wheeled-clamped by the traffic warden of eternity…

We say Goodbye to the great Humphrey Lyttelton who died yesterday, Jazz Musician and host of the I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue radio show, one of the Great British institutions, and something which during my time in Southampton made by commute just about bearable. Humph was a great institution in himself, with a wicked […]

Android LBS

Android competition entry demos augmented reality

From the Wired blog a demo of Enkin; still a work in progress, but potentially this is the LBS interface of the future.. Enkin from Enkin on Vimeo. Written and Submitted from the Google Office, London.