Month: October 2014

Buy This Book – The Martian!

How could I not buy this book. I am loving it – it is a story about an engineer trapped on Mars, and how he works to try to get home. It is sort of like the story of the

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Applied Microwave Engineering

After many years, I finally got to do some real Microwave Engineering today. You see, the carousel on my Panasonic Genius Inverter Microwave had ceased working. On a hunch, I guessed it was the motor that had failed, so I

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Just One Small Issue With Mac OSX Yosemite

Mac OSX Yosemite came out yesterday, and I was out all working for a client, and then a friend came over to drop some packages over that he is storing under my house whilst he finds a new place to

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Spamming of Facebook and Linked In By Accident

As one anonymous mailing list member pointed out to me privately yesterday, I accidentally Spammed both Facebook and Linked In with blog updates. And the comparison between Linked In and Facebook was really interesting: Facebook did not let most of

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Updated Web Site

After a few years on Drupal, I have moved the Radioactive Networks Web Site to WordPress. I was rather unimpressed with Drupal as a content management system, and was actually rather more impressed with WordPress. I have been using WordPress

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New Business – Redshift Wireless

This is a quick post to say that I have started a new business. It is called Redshift Wireless, and it is designed to help people manage their Air Conditioners in the Cloud.

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