I was complaining to Jen the other day that, when I was a boy, everyone said that, by this time, we’d all have robot butlers and flying cars. But, on reflection, the biggest technological improvements I’ve seen during my life are: Jen reckoned, if they hadn’t frittered away quite so much time on batteries and… Continue reading Robot butlers
Jen and I were watching the film Collateral last night when I realised the tune playing in the background was the same tune that plays in the background during the car chase through Paris in The Bourne Identity. Out of curiosity, I asked the Shazam feature on my iPhone to identify the tune. But before… Continue reading Ambient track
BBC: Russian cows get VR headsets ‘to reduce anxiety’ A Russian farm has given its dairy cows virtual reality headsets in a bid to reduce their anxiety. I can’t help noticing cows in VR headsets look considerably less stupid than people in VR headsets.
Somebody up there Whom I don’t believe in took His best shot with a lightning bolt yesterday. He was wide of the mark by a good 20 metres, but managed to take out a nearby telegraph pole. The ensuing electrical surge fried our landline, hub, data bridge, and expensive laser printer. Somewhat miraculously, our even… Continue reading His best shot
…you have got to work on your recommendations algorithm.
I'm beginning to think we might be taking the ‘home cinema’ concept a bit too far.
Non-nerds, please feel free to skip one.
Gruts was down.