July 19th, 2011

full steam ahead

My tweets

  • Mon, 18:19: oooh; this new live update feed on the side of the Facebook page is nice; comments show up in a floating pane & it's a great mix of chat/fb
  • Mon, 19:19: We used to say issue of a tabloid requires 500 words vocab. W' my 43,800 words I cld read a real paper if there was one http://see.sc/8s2Ay8
  • Mon, 20:03: lovely osteopath has put all my ribs back where they belong; perhaps I can sleep without codeine (AKA the good drugs) & 5am wakeup tonight
  • Mon, 20:39: I could most easily make the 'alot of wine bottles' (not illustrated) but am tempted to produce alot knitting patterns http://see.sc/uB6kzx
  • Mon, 20:40: the previous link is for all us grammar nerds who cannot silence our inner copy editor
  • Mon, 20:55: Fujitsu's Stylistic Windows slate is all business http://t.co/mq9dI1J me on @techradar
  • Mon, 21:25: Digital health: my osteopath is tracking his defibrillator online http://j.mp/qVG8xO
  • Mon, 21:32: wait, what? is this turning into a three-bag French farce? what's in the bag found in the bin? http://see.sc/d9u5Af

A brace of keyboards: ergonomic or solar, pick one

Ergonomic keyboards tend to be the pricier models — the 4000 model in the same Microsoft range as this one costs £50. However, the new Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard will cost just £20.

A little extra convenience, a little green power-saving and a very nice sleek keyboard make Logitech's K750 fairly environmentally friendly.

Of course what I'd really like would be a combination of the two; an ergonomic shape and a solar-powered wireless connection...