iPhone 12 Pro

This is a blog post that I started writing two months ago on October 24th, I then stopped because there were so many other “new iPhone” blogs around I couldn’t see the point, but with nothing else to do over Christmas, I thought I’d polish it off. It is here.  An hour before DHL were… Continue reading iPhone 12 Pro

The NHS Test and Trace App

Today the government announced the ‘new’ test and trace (I must not call it track and trace) app will be available on the 24th September. They also announced that hospitality venues (or, I presume, anywhere where people gather) can download QR codes to ‘check in’ to locations when they arrive. This latter bit rang alarm… Continue reading The NHS Test and Trace App

Free broadband for all

There have probably been a thousand blog posts and LinkedIn posts already about Labour’s proposal for “free broadband for all,” but I’m going to add my tuppence-worth.  Given (one of) my Twitter handle(s) is @internetplumber, I feel it’s almost a duty.  Whilst these are my personal opinions, they’re written as someone that works in a service provider… Continue reading Free broadband for all