The past couple of weeks when watching the odd few things on TV, I've noticed another advert from BT - you know the ones, the storyline type ones with those two lads and a woman. Well, in this advert the lads had a mate around watching Breaking Bad on Netflix, and says:
Lad 1: "Well we did it"
Lad 2: "Two days solid"
Lad 1: "Breaking Bad, done!"
That immediately got me gobbing off to myself (as I wasn't around other people when I first watched the advert *starts playing All By Myself*), the reason for me gobbing off... [read more]
I'm suprised I've not seen people doing this method of free image hosting yet with their websites and while it's been niggling at the back of my head, I thought I might aswell post about it.
Now normally if you have your own hosting account on a server somewhere in the world you will know that you're on a limit as to how much bandwidth you use (even these "unlimited bandwidth" ones ~ nothing's unlimited *fact*). Well if your website is mainly text based then you'll notice that depending on how many visitors you get, you don't really use... [read more]
Right... Sound Upload is being slowly transferred as I still (luckily!) have access to the files and to the database. I've transferred over the database to the dalehay.me server however I do have a 100GB monthly bandwidth limit on it - which Sound Upload used to go through 50-60GB a day! So I will be needing to find a decent host (which will probably end up being a dedicated one - costing well over a hundred quid a month!!)
The lyrics section, shop and UK Charts sections are the only main places that are accessible at the moment.
Have you ever visited a website that had a photoshop tutorial on or some of their pictures on their that they've took of a landmark that you really wanted to see and you ended up getting this image come up instead?
Well, fear not as I am here to tell you how to bypass this message! I have only tested this in Mozilla Firefox so I do not know if it will work in Internet Explorer, Opera or Chrome. Now all you do is right-click your mouse on that "bandwidth exceeded" image and select... [read more]