Google Glass Steals the Show at IO ’12

Today, Google’s annual IO developers conference kicked off at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. During a talk by patronising Google+ Chief, Vic Gundotra, Google co-founder, Sergey Brin thankfully interrupted wearing one of the pairs of “Google Glass” glasses we’ve seen him and vocally-impaired other-co-founder, Larry Page, sporting lately.One commenter Continue Reading

Func<T> vs. Action<T>

Although I’ve been using Func<T> and Action<T> for years, I’m embarrassed to say I hadn’t really thought about the differences between them – or more importantly, how they are in fact two sides of the same coin. Most of the time their use has been a natural reflex action to Continue Reading

Facebook to Allow Post Editing

Facebook will soon let you edit your posts and comments, but in my gut I don’t agree with this. It feels wrong. You see, Facebook is special. Very special in fact. It isn’t just a website, it’s grown beyond that. It’s much more than just a fancy bulletin-board or a Continue Reading

British Airways to open Whitehall Airport

Offering fantastic city-centre access without the fuss of traversing the M25 London Ring Road, British Airways’ new Whitehall Airport in the middle of London will replace their Terminal 5 operation and provide a new class of point-to-point international air service.