Disturbing to see a Chinook hovering over the City as I approach Liverpool Street.
I like the Spark iOS email client, and the new drag & drop between it and the Documents app is great. But it can never be my full-time client until it lets me order the mail properly (oldest to newest, that is).
I’ve never installed Google Maps on my iPhone before. So how, on first launching it just now (after reading) can it be logged in as me?
At Glasgow Airport, heading home after an excellent weekend seeing family and friends.
You’re probably wondering what has happened to my daily posts. Good question. I’m in Glasgow this weekend, so that has slowed things down. And also I’m working on a big piece. So big that I may have to split it in two, just to make it digestible.
Both the BBC and Twitter updating their privacy policies within a couple of days? What can it all mean?
The Home Office refused his application on the grounds that she could not rely on her EU freedom of movement rights, which include the right to bring in a family member, as she was a British national as well as an EU national.
Does this legal case mean that British citizens automatically have fewer rights than EU citizens in general? If that’s the case then we should be leaving the UK, not the EU.