After a successful end of term of which I achieved a Headmasters Award for HTML Coding for the IBM Website Challenge, I am now resting and relaxing awaiting the beginning of a mew term. Before the new term begins, I will be going on holiday to Great Yarmouth for one week, I have stayed at my aunie’s in Staines (And only just got back home) and I have been to Hayling Fair and met up with some old friends.
On the computer front I have been mostly playing games.
In other news, dad has bricked his brand new Xperia Arc S, which was brought from the internet (Greek phones are not servicable in the U.K.) and is now being sent to Kowloon. Lesson to be learnt: not to buy off the net from foreign places.
Despite several hours of troubleshooting and component swapouts it was not possible to revive the PC so I came to the conclusion that the motherboard was at fault. I swapped out of the motherboard and as you can see below the PC now works.
Now, where’s my LeeMachines logo?
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Don’t ‘drop’ it on the floor, accidentally or deliberately. Doesn’t end well, and in my case it ended with me getting the bus to the Havant market and getting a new one. Costed me £30.
Honesly though, that phone was a huge pain to use and it had that coming – Not the point though!
I quite like Android 4.0 and would love it more if Google had full support for the android x86 project. I use android x86 myself and quite like it but some Google apps (YouTube, play movies, Google chrome) don’t support it. Anyone else out there who uses android x86? Let me know in the comments!
Is it worth upgrading from your iPad 2? I don’t think it is, even though it does have a nice screen. Honestly? A waste of money.
Anyone else looking forward to Halo 4? I am. Post your thoughts in the comments below.
I learned how to set up a WordPress blog/site on a domain and how to administrate it.
I am really enjoying my work experience at Brit-Net so far and would like to thank them for setting me up with this blog!
I’m working on a theme for the website and will continue to develop it for this website during my work experience period, and will also develop it after my two weeks here.
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