Czasem śmiejemy sie z kogoś tylko po to, żeby dowiedzieć się, że sami nie jesteśmy lepsi. Oto przykład. Urzędniczka: Nie mogę wysłać tej depeszy! Nie ma takiego miasta – Lądyn! Jest Lądek, Lądek Zdrój, tak… Ochódzki: Ale Londyn – miasto w Anglii. A w wersji audiowizualnej: Niestety okazuje się, że racji nie miał ani Ochódzki… Continue reading Nie ma takiego miasta – Londyn
It’s easy to talk about clever ideas, but it takes genius to present them easily and powerfully – and those guys managed to do it both in this node.js basic concepts presentations. It changed my thinking about callbacks – the concept I loathed at the first sight. I’m going to give node.js a go, seems… Continue reading Plan for a future – node.js
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My move to Boston is almost completed. Home office is mostly set up, day to day things seem to go smoothly enough, so the time has come to start conquering New World! My first step is to attend Barcamp 6 in Boston, where I expect to meet some proper geeks, nerds and other amazing people.… Continue reading My first unconference in USA!
Motorola has finally released an official Android 2.2 Froyo for Motorola Milestone in United Kingdom! It’s not available on OTA (On The Air) update in T-Mobile UK, and can be installed using MSU (Motorola Software Update) tool only. Before updating please read Motorola Advise about this update. Update takes about 25 minutes and the only… Continue reading Android 2.2 Froyo finally available for Motorola Milestone in UK!
Good, great and beyond Nearly a hundred years ago Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky said his famous words “The Earth is the cradle of mankind, but one cannot stay in the cradle for ever”. It’s easy to get carried away by such statement to think about the final frontier for human race. Imagine all the worlds that… Continue reading Aim high and then aim higher!
I’m currently preparing to become “a lawful wedded husband”, which involves buying tons of stuff. I was comparing various offers and one pattern emerged: if a thing X is renamed to “Wedding X” it automatically becomes at least two times as expensive. See for yourself: wedding photography costs 295-1500 GBP while corporate event photography 75-180… Continue reading Becoming a Wedding Software Developer
Just couple of miles north of London you can find one of the most secret places in United Kingdom. Well… it was secret until the Cold War ended. Then it has been sold and it’s now available for tourists to enjoy. The tour in the bunker takes about 3 hours during which you visit all… Continue reading Secret Nuclear Bunker
Today British police made available their new service – a complete street level map of crimes in England and Wales. The webpage made to all possible headlines in daily papers, tv and radio. The effect is that the service is virtually down and won’t be usable until the novelty wears out. All web pages have… Continue reading How British police made me set up my next project on the cloud
I spend long hours reading on-line (don’t we all?). Most of interesting material is available in English only (including en.wikipedia.org which is much superior to my native pl.wikipedia.org), so I tend to read all in that language. And as it is my second tongue, I need to use translator quite often. Google translator is doing… Continue reading TranslateMe – my first Chrome extension