My 1971 Datsun 240Z

January 24, 2019 Aurigator 0

HISTORY Imported from San Jose California USA in late 2015 as a genuine dry-state car fully sorted mechanically with a rust free but poor condition […]

Companies Are Using GDPR As A Retargeting Campaign

May 23, 2018 Aurigator 0

They shouldn’t be doing that they would be in breach of PECR the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations which sit alongside the Data Protection Act and from the 25 May the GDPR. If you have unsubscribed they will be in breach of GDPR after 25 May.

Who Else Is Stick And Tired Of The Brexit Argument?

May 18, 2018 Aurigator 0

Whether you voted to leave the EU for racist reasons or to stick it to the Conservatives, you’re stuck in a fantasy 1950s. You’ll believe anything written on a bus, those who voted for Brexit voted for an undefined fantasy that will leave this country broken.

Today Is World Password Day 2018

May 3, 2018 Aurigator 0

I manage my passwords with a web front end for online cloud access, browser plugins and cached Apps for Android and Apple devices. It means I can access my passwords anywhere in the world at any time. Other services mandate a clunky physical file that is shared between devices meaning you have multiple files to manage.

Alfie Evans Balloon Release Travesty

April 29, 2018 Aurigator 0

Environmental conservation organisation and charity Balloons Blow have published a list of environmentally friendly alternatives to balloon releases and other celebrations, including blowing bubbles. Perhaps a much better tribute to Alfie?

The $4,400 Story Behind This Photo

April 25, 2018 Aurigator 0

So with cash in hand, it was down to the hotel car rental company to rent a Corvette with said winnings. Surprising Ian, we spent the day driving around Nevada, visiting the Hoover Dam and other sights. This photo of Ian was taken at the Red Rock Canyon.