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Kidz To Adultz North

Kidz to Adultz North was launched in 2001 by Disabled Living and now is one of the largest free exhibitions totally dedicated to children and young adults with disabilities and additional needs, their parents, carers and the professionals who support them. With 180+ exhibitors at the event, the exhibition gives all our visitors the chance to…

Lets Be Clear: This Case Is A Rip Off

It’s been a long time coming, but with the reproduction of colour into the iPhone line up with the XR, Apple released a clear case. The case has also appeared with the new phone line ups, available for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro thanks to new colours in the lineup. Now I need…

Today is the day I quit the iPad

Not clickbate. It’s been a great five years, I have tried really hard to carry on as long as possible but iOS 13 has made me realise I cant continue any longer. I’m afraid friends, today was the day the end finally arrived, I’ve ditched an iPad altogether. During my time working on the iPad…

My Powerbeats Pro Are Faulty

I love using my Powerbeats; I even reviewed them to try and tell people how great they are. However a couple of weeks after posting that review the left earbud started being very weird, and I’m having a nightmare trying to get Apple to replace them. In my journey so far I reported that they were faulty…

Hands On With The Galaxy Fold

I got to spend a few hours with the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Here are my impressions and hopefully answers to some of the questions about the device.

Advice To The Teenage Me

There are thousands of posts just like this all over the internet. Posting knowledge for others to consume as if they are some wise old prophet with a WordPress blog. Having read a few, there were some golden nuggets extracted, and I began to think about what I would tell myself if I could travel back in time.

Hey Siri: Remember To Make Reminders Work

On June 3rd 2019 and with a little trepidation, I pushed the upgrade button Apple flashed before my eyes. I’d stayed up late to install the first beta of iOS13 and already knew I would regret it in some way. During the next couple of months, I would run into a whole host of bugs…

Aggressive Twitter

Perhaps it’s the lack of characters, perhaps it’s just how Twitter is, but more than ever I am finding Twitter full of opinions that are pushed on everyone else. People are taking themselves to seriously and are expressing themselves aggressively and I’m not sure if I can continue to read it. I find Twitter quite…

From iOS To Android And Back Again

Some thoughts I had in using the two operating system without comparing apples to oranges. As time goes on it becomes apparent that both operating systems, although trying to achieve the same thing, are approaching it from different angles

Fighting With Myself

I like to pretend I am often asked, but I’m not. I am seldom asked – but the fact remains that I am asked. Exactly how I do the things I do, how do I take part in podcasts, present a persona online and interact with people on a daily basis building a business. I…

Apple And Multiple Authentication Methods

Almost two years on there is still a lot of scepticism around Face ID. For me it works fine, but others seem to have issues, or different use cases and struggle quite a bit. So either from inside information or shear hope, talk of Apple returning to Touch ID still exists. It’s hard to see…