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Heads up: assume your LJ password is compromised [Oct. 15th, 2018|09:28 pm]
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See my LJ for why.
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Appoholic’s Delight: New Mobile Apps in Play Store [Aug. 1st, 2017|04:16 pm]
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Mark Cooper
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[Current Location |London, United Kingdom]
[mood |nerdynerdy]

The new Play Store update brought new and incredibly innovative apps for 2017

Play Store is full of new and interesting apps. We’re listing some of the best Android apps for July 2017. Make sure you don't miss them!

Wallpapers on Reddit: If you love to change your device’s wallpaper frequently then walls of Reddit is the perfect app for you. It will never let you run out of wallpapers again. This is an app that allows you to browse through  wallpapers submitted to  reddit and to sub-reddit. There are dozens of wallpapers to choose from. It has some of the most beautiful wallpapers that are captured or created by reddit users.
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Movie Pal: Movie Pal is an app that lets you easily find good movies to watch with your friends. Using a social media integration, this app lets you make your own ‘Movie Group’. Can you believe it! So that you can find good movies that you haven't seen before and invite your friends to watch it with you. This app is now available with the latest update. Give it a try!
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Kwikpay Mobile Top Up: Kwikpay app is a new and innovative mobile app for all those who use prepaid services in the UK. Kwikpay offers fast and easy prepaid mobile top up for popular mobile operators around the world as well. It can help you to topup your lycamobile, Giffgaff, O2, EE Mobile, Vodafone, Virgin and so many more on the go. The latest updated app of Kwikpay sends mobile top up faster than before.
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Microsoft To Do: Microsoft To Do is simple but intelligent app which let’s you easily plan your day. That is the beauty of this app, simple yet precious. So that you can plan, organise and schedule your activities while travelling. Download the app for your next business trip. Microsoft lets you do your day to day task quickly and hassle free. You can also sync your data to your computer with easy access.
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Flick Launcher: Inspired by Google Pixel Launcher, The flicker launcher app is an open source launcher. It is one of those rare launchers which will give experience of Pixel. This app works pretty fine. The major feature of this app is that it offers fingerprint app lock functionality. Flick Launcher also allows you to resize icons. You must try this app once!
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Synoped: Synoped is probably the most interesting app introduced in recent times. Never feel left out of ongoing internet trends. Synoped lets you discover everything that is trending on social media. Yes, we are talking about memes too. You can catch latest gifs, viral images, trolls, summarised news and many other updates. The app is currently rated as perfect 5.0. Need to say more?
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Brexit [Mar. 29th, 2017|08:02 pm]
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So, what are everyone's thoughts? Delighted, in the middle or distraught?
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JC [Jul. 12th, 2016|09:44 pm]
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Just wondering if we have any Corbynistas in the house and whether they could possibly explain why it's so worth celebrating a presumed repeat of his leadership triumph. We all know it makes Labour unelectable, so what's the point?
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EU REFERENDUM RESULT [Jun. 25th, 2016|08:50 pm]
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I woke up Friday 24th and felt sick after I heard the result of the EU Referendum. Of the votes cast,
42% voted to "Remain", 52% voted to "Leave" and I estimate about 25-30% of those eligible to vote did not bother to do so. Personally I regard this result as inconclusive.

In 2013 Prime Minister David Cameron proposed we have a Referendum on EU membership. No political party bothered to devise any sort of post-referendum plan during those 3 years. David Cameron announced he will resign and not try to sort this mess out and the new Party Leader will be elected in October at the Conservative Party Conference. So, the economy, potential investors, rest of the EU, and more or less everyone will be in a state of limbo until the Tory Party has had its annual arse-licking Conference. To me this looks like putting Party before Country, abrogating responsibility by allowing a Referendum in the first place, washing your hands of the consequences after the result and telling everyone to wait 4 months before any action is taken to formally withdraw from the EU. Remember Pontius Pilate?

Bye-bye . . . Bye-b . . . . By . . . B . . . BBLBL . . blb . . . silence

The Conservative Party is internally divided, the Labour Party is likely to hold a "Vote of No Confidence" re- its Leader, Jeremy Corby, there is no effective opposition in UK (and I think it looks like there is no effective government either). The campaign has show me just how much out of touch politicians are with the electorate, that they do not listen to and/or understand people's concerns, they misinform, change sides and cannot be trusted or believed.

So, come autumn the world might find Borat the Buffoon Johnson Prime Minister in UK (or UK minus Scotland or UK minus Scotland and everyone in Northern Ireland with an Irish Republic AND UK passport) and Donald Trump President of the United States of America.
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WHY PENCILS ? [Jun. 25th, 2016|05:55 pm]
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During the course of the EU Referendum, at the polling station I was supervising, many people asked for a biro or asked why pencils and not pens are provided.

I had no idea this subject was going the rounds of "social media" and was amazed when told that some people think MI6 get the ballot box, un-seal it, rub out the pencil cross, if in the wrong box, and put a cross in a different box. This is how the government fiddles election results.

What? How unbelievably stupid must anyone be to think that happens. If the government wanted to 'adjust" an election result, surely it would simply get an MI6 agent appointed as Returning Officer, concoct a number and get that read out at the appropriate time after the count.

I sealed my ballot box at 22:00hrs sharp. It took me 7 minutes to drive the the count building. How many MI6 agents would have to get into my car, unseal the ballot box, erase the crosses and mark new ones on 472 ballot papers, then re-seal the box with four seals with serial numbers identical to those they earlier removed, and replace the two tamper seals again with fresh ones with identical serial numbers to those earlier removed, and get out of my car before I was visible by people in the count building car park? Sealing of the ballot box is witnessed and party (or in this case "Leave" "Remain") agents can attach their own serial numbered seals. I estimate this might require 60 - 80 MI6 agents, obviously if the distance between polling station and count is greater, fewer agents woulds be required, if less, then more agents. My ballot box was numbered 102 (out of about 240 used that day in my polling area) . . . . seems to me that requires rather large numbers of MI6 agents nationwide, or perhaps, yes of course, they use MI5 and Special Branch too, silly me! .... and invisible people and nano-life forms with implanted biro's

If you are interested, the official line is that pencils are cheap, nobody would want to nick one, they are easily sharpened if blunt, still work after 4-5 years of non-use between General Elections. My station had 16 booths, it was not a large station; you can do the maths and price up the biro's yourself.
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LJUK EU Referendum Exit Poll..! [Jun. 22nd, 2016|12:54 am]
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[music |Yak - Please Don't Wait For Me - Alas Salvation]

So, if the Referendum were down to just us handful of posters, voting on all of the UK's behalf, which way would it go?

Reply with either:




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Here's a can of worms [Feb. 18th, 2015|06:45 pm]
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Statistics from the dating site OK Cupid have revealed that most people prefer to date someone who is the same race as them. Mona Chalabi believes that while there are a variety of reasons people express certain preferences when looking for a partner, this trend is in part due to our exposure to negative racial stereotypes. Isn't it time we examined how systematic racism is affecting our romantic choices she asks....

Even the noble ranks of the Guardianista seem to find ways to justify why people of a different ethnic background aren't worth a second look in the romance department, a sort of liberal nimbyism and then some, sort of Not-In-My-Bedroom racists. Poor bastards, no wonder nearly half of marriages end in divorce if part of the reason for marrying the other person is their race.
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(no subject) [Jun. 13th, 2016|09:17 am]
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I appreciate that this community is nearly dead, and this may be somewhat driven but the Russian spam and the offensive posting my mantriddrone are probably not helping.

Anyone know how we go about getting a more active moderator?
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