Published March 7, 2009
Just got my new 3G iPhone and absolutely loving it!!
I found this very useful process for turning chunks of non DRM music on your iPhone into ringtones. I just tried it – it couldn’t be easier!! The only bit I’d change is right near the end when it says to drag and drop the new ringtone into your library. That didn’t work for me, but when created a folder in my iTunes library called ringtones, moved the file there, then added that to my ringtones library, it worked fine.
Now all I need to work out is how to import all of the contacts off my orange SIM card into my iPhone. Anyone know how?
Published January 27, 2009
Tags: visualisation, vizualisation
I know that I’ve posted a similar one to this before, but I really like the different visualisations shown on here. I just wish that you could click through to a template for each one!
Published January 24, 2009
Tags: chart, decision, flowchart
Sometimes, you just can’t decide which chart is the right one to use. This handy flowchart helps you to decide.
Published January 24, 2009
Tags: process, work
Found this interesting list of work processes. Some of them (like the wizard of Oz one) I had never heard of before.
Published November 11, 2008
David Guetta vs The Egg – Music Video
I love the parkour (free running) in this music video. The tune’s not bad either!!
On Sunday, I went to ‘Apple Day’ at Shenley Park. This is the site of a stately home, turned mental hospital, now private accommodation and public parkland. What a fabulous place it is.
When I got there, it was sunny and the leaves on the trees looked like the finest painting of an autumnal landscape that you could imagine.
Apple day is all about celebrating the many vintage varieties of apples that grow in the Orchard within the park. There was a huge central area set out with lots of boxes, one for each variety. There must have been at least 30. I tried at least half of them and decided that my favourite was the Claigate Permaine. My wife liked Mrs Philmore best, so we bought a bag of each. I wish we’d bought more now.
The flavour and texture of these apples is unlike anything I’ve ever bought in a shop. They are super crisp, the favour is incredibly intense, and just leaves you wanted more. My tastebuds are getting a real workout! I think that when I eat the next one, I may have to try planting the seeds (although I don’t think I can wait that long for some more). If nmore people could eat these apples (which are lumpy, bumpy, with skin blemishes but taste divine), they’d never look at a Granny Smith or Golden Delicious again. The apple trees are producing bumper crops this year – let’s see more locally produced apples in our fruit & veg shops (and supermarkets!)