Since buying an Android phone I have been starting to think about using it to read books. The screen isn’t bad, and it turns out that there is some good software out there
Aldiko is a fantastic program for reading free ePub books, so I am working my way through a few H. G. Wells . . . → Read More: eBooks on Android
8pm Tuesday night, and I am watching some trash on TV (or maybe it was a dvd – I don’t remember). There is a knock at the door, and I open it to find an ID card for the TV Licensing company…
I recently moved house, and tried to change address with them via their . . . → Read More: They have the technology
What the ?!?
Set to become law on 16 February, the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 amends the Terrorism Act 2000 regarding offences relating to information about members of armed forces, a member of the intelligence services, or a police officer.
The new set of rules, under section 76 of the 2008 Act and section 58A of . . . → Read More: Jail for photographing police?
Amazon UK recently launched their online music store, which seemed top open much quieter than I would have expected. It did make national radio (Radio 1) on my way home from work, however they were more interested in the fact that albums are £3 each (I think this is promotional price) than the fact it . . . → Read More: Amazon UK online music store opens
Photojojo has an article on photographers rights: Photography and The Law: Know Your Rights
It looks like a good read. If you are in the UK like me, I strongly suggest you also read http://www.sirimo.co.uk/ukpr.php which is UK specific.
Its probably worth mentioning that neither myself or the two links above are sound legal advice, . . . → Read More: Photography and the Law – A photographers rights