Abi over at our sister site Hippyshopper has been running a feature lately where she interviews the inhabitants of Shiny Towers on their ‘green’ness. How planet-friendly they are. Yesterday, it was my turn.
I like to think that I’m quite a good boy, ecologically speaking. I re-use shopping bags, and take public transport everywhere. There’s a big bad monster, however, lurking in my carbon footprint. Watch the video above to find out what it is.
If you’re into sustainability, and living in harmony with our environment, then go read Hippyshopper. Abi will sort you right out – she’s greener than an RGB display minus a blue screen of death and a red ring of death.
Your intrepid team of Tech Digest writers have been using Chrome all day today, avoiding the home comforts of Firefox, to test out exactly how usable it is on a day-to-day basis. We’ve each written a comment under a number of headings. Some of us like it more than others, that’s for sure, but read on for full details…
Yes, 9@9j really is the name of Philips’ upcoming mobile phone. It’ll be fun going into Carphone Warehouse asking for that… But the candybar handset does have one innovation – there’s a slot for a AAA battery in the bottom.
Following on with our self-indulgence here at Tech Digest, it’s time for you to meet our newest recruit, Gary Cutlack. Hopefully all of you are familiar with the blogs UK Resistance and Idiot Toys (we steal his content every other week, so you should ruddy well be by now), well Gary is the man behind it all. Yep, we’ve hired Commander Zorg, as he’s been known the last 10 years or so since he first started up his angry, opinionated anti-blog, and you’ve been unknowingly reading his articles the past two dates. But don’t worry – he’ll try to keep his anti-Sony and anti-Apple opinions to himself as much as possible. Yes, we got an angry email from Stuart yesterday, sigh.
Name: Gary Cutlack…