Monthly Archives: November 2015

Siri: Not just for when I’m feeling lazy

I’ve been using iOS’s “Siri” feature since it became available, and I’ve always considered it to be a handy function to invoke when I’m feeling lazy: a convenience to use but not a functional necessity. It’s something I use regularly, but just as a short-cut, such as setting a count-down timer when I’ve put a roast in the oven,… Read More »

Yarraville erupts in violence

With local residents comparing their lot to Egyptions throwing off the yoke of an oppressive dictatorial government, Yarravillians in Melbourne’s inner west and their supporters recently began an earnest campaign of terror and civil disobedience in response to the local council voting to continue to use parking meters in the main street of the little town.… Read More »