The BBC iPlayer is brilliant for catching up on anything you've missed on TV or Radio over the past month and it's very easy to navigate and use. However for me and I'm guessing quite a few other people too, if you've got a computer/laptop that's a couple of years old then when you're watching something on the iPlayer it lags, stutters and then goes on a mental buffering style loop whilst causing your computer to run at 100% CPU. It's highly annoying.
The iPlayer does however offer you some choice to watch the programmes in,... [read more]
Ahh, booze, cheese and politics... no, not the forthcoming general election, but Eurovision - the yearly singing competition for countries within Europe (and Israel ... and Cyprus ... and Armenia ... and Morocco ... and Australia.)
Yes, it's coming to that time in the year, where countries put aside their political differences (that is until the voting lines open) and send in their country's karaoke champions to battle it out in an evening filled with the glitz, gla-*chuckles*-mour, talen-*chuckles*-t ... ok, ok, I'll stop.
So the entry for the United Kingdom was revealed the other day, a song titled... [read more]
If someone asked me to name one thing I remember from first school, it would have to be a TV programme we all had to gather for, sit on the cold varnished floor - with legs crossed too, called Through The Dragon's Eye.
It was part of BBC Two's "Look and Read" educational type of programmes, and this one was the best of the bunch. It starts with three kids (Amanda, Jenny and Scott) who have painted onto a wall in their school playground a scenic landscape and a dragon. As soon as Jenny adds... [read more]
Firstly, I'll start this article with a couple of warnings...
This article CONTAINS some terms which others may find OFFENSIVE (they're being used in the correct context for this article [uncensored]).
This article is NOT in support of racism.
This article is NOT defending a UK councillor, this is merely a general thought that arose in light of recent events.
That's that bit out the way, so, as I've just said "this is merely a general thought" which popped into my head this morning when I was listening to the radio and it made me... [read more]
Ever since being a youngster on the internet, I've always enjoyed playing around with soundboards and especially when the (unofficial) Chris Moyles website came out with a program that assigned various sound effects, jingles and what-not to your keyboard keys, I started getting right into them.
So I thought the other week, why not make one myself? Well I dabbled and thought, I'll make it in Flash, however it would then only work on Desktop computers and also there's always a slight delay in the audio playing... [read more]
It seems that the service you've made is still being restricted. Well done on what you're doing so far though. :)...
Dale Hay (9th April 06:20)
I have finished developing Twitter Gallery version 3.
You can view and download photos up to 4000 timelines (usually more than 1000 photos)
Alif (8th April 16:58)
This is what I found when putting in one of the above links and being brought to some weird thing then going back. I am still not sure if I should click yes or no because now I am paranoid of what my...
Mandy (1st April 17:38)
Thank you so much sir. I was unable to extract any zip in my D: drive because of this stupid administrator.
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I tried to search some research papers on google scholar, I found nothing, with the(Crispin-Buxley phenomenon), but when I try individually I found many articles and researches with the last name Cris...
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