I bought a Nikon S8100 recently to because I had my wonderful little Panasonic Lumix DZ10 stolen in Chile.Continue reading Nikon S8100
The train station of San Carlos de Bariloche is a little like much of Argentina, one part first world and two parts third world. The station has great little cafe that is reminiscent of a bygone era and sits, within it’s parent that is built of solid stone to battle the almost permanent gale force winds.Continue reading Bariloche to Viedma Train Ride
One thing that I find to be conspicuously absent from the average CyberGypsy baggage check-list is a tough book. Continue reading What happened to Toughbooks?
One thing I haven’t mentioned before is my love of taking Continue reading Korg Nano Key
Well this is turning out to be quite a widely anticipated tool Continue reading Google voice UK update
I remember coming across a wonderful tool that found WiFi hotspots around the world for us to latch onto. It was in the days when working remotely was not such a free flowing affair. It didn’t kill our enthusiasm of course, but things have improved and we find ourselves working more freely now.Continue reading WorkSnug
One of the more trying aspects of being a Cyber Gypsy Continue reading Cheap roaming mobile charges
Most things take time to develop. Continue reading Social Networking
I have a great vantage point to work from today as I’m perched by the glass doors of The Tate Modern, on l
London’s South Bank. I have plugged in to the Tate’s electric supply, am wired into the net via my 3uk mobile dongle and have managed to be disciplined enough to do an afternoons work.
The city of Norwich has become Britain’s largest open wifi network. You can login within a 4km radius of county hall, which has a “pre WiMax” 5.8 GHz connection sitting on top.
Gosh.Continue reading Norwich Gets Free WiFi