Sun’s CEO Jonathan Schwartz was in Australia last week, he writes about his visit and seems to have taken a liking to a portion of our national coat of arms. Well, good on him, kangaroo is fantastic, and with the over population of them if he feels inclined to eat a couple good.
Just signed up with Flickr, now I can Moblog! Here is the view from my office taken with my phone.
Well then end of another interesting week. I have not had a chance to blog everything that I have been doing in the last couple of weeks, just too many exciting things. In summary, in reverse order:- Been following Web 2.0 on Feedster, some very cool stuff coming out. Playing with IPodder (all I needContinue reading “TGIF”
Today is a big day, I have decided to change ADSL providers. For the last several years I have had BigPond ADSL, I was one of the silly ones who registered early and have experienced the good and bad of BigPond. So this morning I submitted my application to change to Swiftel Broadband. The onlineContinue reading “ADSL providers & customer service”
Just a short post, currently in New Zealand working with a partner Datacom. Over the weekend I became a proud owner of a gmail account, thanks to Michael Angeles, I will be slowly moving my email to it.
Ok, this post has nothing to do with HR or technology. I have just spent the last 5 minutes whale watching from my office at King Street Wharf! For those of you who do not know where King Street Wharf is, it is opposite the Maritime Museum, near the Aquarium. There were 2 whales havingContinue reading “Whale’s in Sydney Harbour”
I find this very amusing, maybe I get need to get a life. I went to research when the Blackberry’s entered the Australian market (see next post), entered http://www.telstra.com.au into my browser (IE 6) and got redirected to https://telstra.com/siteminderagent/SmMakeCookie.ccc?SMIDENTITY=QUERY&PERSIST=0&TARGET=$SM$http%3a%2f%2ftelstra%2ecom%2f which promptly gave me “The page cannot be displayed” error. This got me thinking so IContinue reading “Telstra down”
The BBC has a really intriguing article about an “average Joe” who is fighting back at those spamers who promise us riches for “helping” them they will help you out with a few million. The average Job in question is Mike and so far is up $80 on the scammers!