Google ditches another email service

Following last year when Google arbitrarily ditched email notification from Youtube, they have now notified that the Feedburner service will be changed, and in their words, “we will be turning down most non-core feed management features, including email subscriptions, at that time”. So as we read it, Google has summarily decided that email subscriptions are… Continue reading Google ditches another email service

Manually specifying network interface parameters on Debian

I have two computers I use regularly which have two (or with a Vodem, three) network adapters. The reason for this is at present I have two different internet connections I use regularly. One is unlimited data but has certain restrictions on it, the second is unrestricted but has a data cap. I hope to… Continue reading Manually specifying network interface parameters on Debian

How To Get A Very Cheap “Landline” Phone Over The Internet

These days a lot of people are less inclined to have a traditional “landline” phone as Spark will still charge around $30-40 a month to keep providing the service which may be used relatively infrequently. As Chorus are planning to eventually turn off their old copper network in favour of fibre, everyone will sooner or… Continue reading How To Get A Very Cheap “Landline” Phone Over The Internet