Recently I was trying to describe the various types of cloud services available for modern IT deployment. Like many, I resorted to an analogy – the ever popular “Pizza as a Service”. However, the more I tried to use it, the more strained it became – my main difficulties were: The elements intuitively thought…
At a recent team away day, I went a little tangential and decided to do a short segment on teamwork. While I was putting the slides together I was reminded of a classic Internet video from 2005 in which a World of Warcarft guild are planning an attack which goes disastrously….so I used it.
If you purchased Elite Dangerous: Horizons using Frontier’s website but want want to play it using Steam’s launcher…read on
If you’ve got young kids and fancy a UK based holiday, then Bluestone National Park resort is a top destination…
I recently uncovered an exercise book from when I was nine. It contained a “novel” I started writing, but unfortunately never got past chapter one. It’s in fairly tatty condition so I thought I’d add it to the Internet for prosperity. I’ve copied it verbatim so it preserves all the original (bad) punctuation and structure.
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Since the retirement of the Shuttle Program last year, America has no means of launching astronauts into space. In addition to hitching lifts on Russian rockets, they’ve been looking to the private sector to resupply the International Space Station (ISS). There are two contracted firms in the running: Space X and Orbital Sciences Corp –…
A quick roundup from the best of the web’s take on the London 2012 Olympic Games
NASA plans to capture an asteroid and bring it to Earth by 2025