Metrics, metrics, metrics; it's all about the metrics. If there's a way of accurately recording it, I want to do it.
Last night, thanks to the help of the Lovely Jo, I took delivery of my Fitbit Ultra tracker. The setup took less than 5 minutes, and it was syncing with my computer and . . .
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I'm looking to sell one of my Apple MacBook Pros.
It's an April 2010 model, customized with the following spec:
- 15.4-inch LED-backlit antiglare Hi-Res widescreen display (1680 x 1050 px)
- 4GB (2 x 2GB) of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM
- 500GB Serial ATA . . .
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According to Linus Torvolds, I'm not a real man. But I can live with that; I don't want all my data uploaded for FTP mirroring.
The Tullett house is, laptop wise, almost exclusively MacBook Pro based. Sure there's a netbook . . .
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I purchased an original (2010) black 16Gb, WiFi&3G iPad back on launch day in 2010, along with a protective case. It's been an amazing device; for browsing, picture viewing and editing, video watching and of course using the plethora of Apps.
That said, I'm not using it as much as it deserves . . .
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While in The Gambia, I wrote a list. A big list. The biggest list I've ever written. It contained ideas I'd had and things I wanted to do, short term, medium term and long term. It even contained things that Rae would be best suited to doing.
As The Gambia isn't best known for . . .
→Read More: To-do list manager; custom requirement