I am typing this review from my iPhone using the wordpress app which is great except for typing on an iPhone which is like pulling teeth.
This post relates to my experience with getting in-car audio hooked up with my iPhone 3G which I use to listen to podcasts, music and audio books.
Achieving a good retro fitted solution with my Mazda 6 (2003) car stereo is not at all simple as it sounds.
Continue reading The New Griffin iTrip (2011)
I have an iPhone for a few months now, a 16GB one with 3G.
The iPhone is mostly brilliant but does fall down badly in a few important areas, like battery life and text messaging.
Anyhow it is mostly brilliant, and a joy to use for surfing the web and reading email.
Continue reading My favourite iPhone Apps
Here is a list of good ideas that I have heard in the media in relation to stimulating our small, open economy in Ireland:
- Green energy projects can reduce oil-dependancy and create long term employment that is sustainable and boosts local economies
- Free travel for over 65’s visiting Ireland as tourists, remove the 10 euro tax also
- Build recycling centres and hire local recycling promoters to take people off the dole queue
- Knowledge Loans – banks give people favourable loan terms to people for approved 3rd level courses
- Your comments and suggestions are welcome!
I went to see “The International” in the Omniplex, Raheen, Limerick last Friday evening. An amzing shoot-out lights up a somewhat dull film where the Gugenheim Museum in NYC is devastated with hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and there’s enough blood spilt to fill a bath tub.
Another highlight of the film is the locations chosen all over the world, quite blatantly highlighting the richness and diversity of world-class architecture that can be found right across the planet. Its definitely worth watching, but maybe with the FF button at the ready so you can whiz through the boring bits!
this trailer really lets down the film