Author Archives: Michael
Hi again, Merry Christmas and happy new year to all One of my favourite new products in recent months is Google Music, a new cloud-based music system which allows you to keep up to 20,000 tracks on Google’s servers. In … Continue reading
Well, I’ve definitely been quiet these past few months, and with good reason. I’ve recently finished University and found out I’ll be graduating with First Class Honours, which I’m feeling *very* chuffed about. Secondly, I’ve managed to land myself a … Continue reading
Hi everybody, long time no see! The good news is that my time at University is quickly drawing to a close. The even better news is that this means I can get back to working on RSS Alarm. With that, … Continue reading
The survey for my Twitter experiment is now up and running. To join in, please visit http://isad334.michaeldodd.net. Thanks!
In my previous two posts I wrote about how Twitter users determine the authenticity of accounts, and how this trust could be measured. In this post I will outline how I intend to test my hypothesis.
In my previous post I wrote about the supposed disparity between Twitter users and current legislation, noting several recent cases where laws intended to protect privacy were subverted by a legion of Twitter users. In the same article I also … Continue reading
Foreword: As part of one of my modules for my final term of University, I’m required to make a blog detailing my ideas and findings. Any posts relating to this module will be tagged under ISAD334. Despite being less than a … Continue reading
RSS Alarm has been out for over a month now, and it’s still surprising how positive a reaction it’s received in the media and from its users. While I’ll readily admit it’s not sold a ground-breaking amount of copies, it’s … Continue reading
Hooray! It’s the first non-bugfix update! RSS Alarm v1.0.3 will be on the marketplace shortly, and it brings: The ability to specify the amount of time between RSS Feed updates. (Main screen > MENU button > Settings) Alarm will be … Continue reading