Our lovely (/ poor long suffering) grad student was up in Auckland yesterday and, harking from Wellington it seemed like a good idea to change her personal message on her IM client to â€œI LOVE Aucklandâ€.
This provided us with some amusement, which compounded this morning when we noticed sheâ€™d not changed it back
Continue reading “l33+ $p34k – OMFG I’m ROTFLMFAOTIPMP…”
Hurrah, welcome to the blogosphere Miki Szikszai!
We’ve been discussing internal communications within our team for some time now, and recently had an offsite at which our profile was hotly debated. Blogging was one of the ways we identified we could raise our profiles internally and (where appropriate) externally.
So, at some stage last week, Miki set himself up on blogspot and you can visit his blog here (it’ll also sit in my blogroll links). I see this as a positive move and hope that it might start the ball rolling to entice others higher up the tree to also start blogging too.
Continue reading “The Boss(es Boss) is Blogging!”
I saw this article come through on my RSS feeds a few days back and I thought “I really must flick that link out to some of my colleagues” then I thought “I really must throw that into a blog so I can get down some thinkingâ€™s around it” then I thought… “Oooh – Coffee…” and went and had a coffee, forgetting the article altogether! Fortunately, I’ve managed to ‘re find’ that story and so follow my musings, after the jump. Continue reading “Great Guides coming soon?”
Well okay, it’s not the whole world – it’s just the bits that Sky TV in New Zealand broadcast, and it’s not sitting on a rainbow either, it’s hooked into the home network and running over the internet.
For those of you still confused as to what I’m talking about (i.e. probably everyone), I’ve recently hooked up a SlingBox to a Sky STB Decoder and am now able to placeshift my sky viewing across the internet to my PC or my mobile phone.
Continue reading “I got the world on a sling, sitting on a rainbow…”
The boss found this great site last week – makes for some pretty scary/impressive reading!
The website started out as a bit of a personal interest research into Massivly Multiplayer Online Gaming (MMOGs) and, while still not a commercial undertaking, the site has gained quite a following – to the extent that some of the game publishers are sending this guy their ‘actual’ numbers (read into that what you will fudge factor )
Continue reading “WoW – The MMOGs are taking over!”