Facebook Places has launched in the UK. The End.

At the risk of turning this into a blog that’s exclusively about Facebook Places, I figure I should write a very short piece about Facebook Places actually launching in the UK. So here it goes.. Facebook Places launched in the UK some time this morning. If you’re wondering…

Really not looking forward to travelling Ryanair

Apart from the early flight, I was taking a look at their cabin baggage policy: We reserve the right to cancel your reservation without refund and to deny you boarding if you arrive at the boarding gate with more than one item of cabin baggage or if that item exceeds…

New server

I just moved my blog to a new server. I also installed WordTwit, which is supposed to send blog updated to Twitter. And this is a test of it. And in theory, the update will go out to Facebook as well. That is all I have to say.…

iAd in the UK

In my (it seems) continuing series on things that work in the US but not in the UK, Apple’s new iAd network doesn’t seem to be serving ads to people in the UK. I am not sure if Apple are actively selling inventory in the UK, or if…

Google.com from the UK

Today is 4th of July. There’s a Google doodle for it, but you wouldn’t know if you’re from the UK. Google.com is completely different if you are coming from a UK IP address. There is no 4th of July doodle, and what’s worse, you will…

Nexus One Froyo build number

I have been wondering what the actual build number of Froyo (Android 2.2) on Nexus One was. It is the FRF number that you can read under “About phone” in Settings. It’s FRF91. Not FRF83, and not FRF85. It arrived this morning (Sunday 4 July) on the Nexus…

Ubuntu annoyances

For some strange reason, the Ubuntu people decided that the latest release should mimic Mac OS as much as possible. The default background is now purple, eerily similar to the Mac OS default. And they decided to move the buttons to the left hand side, just like on a Mac.…