The old motor went in for its annual MOT test today and I was pleased that it passed with flying colours again. The way the MOT certificate is issued has changed now. It is all computerised so by 2007, all vehicles eligable for a MOT will be on the VOSA database and the test [...]
Something from my home town from the Guardian Unlimited! Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Gor blimey! Subservient cult is unleashed on Darlington
Interesting read, that one of the roads I’ve used is now classed as Britain’s deadliest road: the 13 bends of death according to this Times Online article. This road is the A4074 from Reading to Oxford and runs past Fox’s Diner, one of the biker hangouts I’ve been known to visit. I’ve also done [...]
The tool of the week, although I’m not sure which week, is my homemade fork undoing tool. This is used when dismantling the forks on my motorbike to replace the fork seals. It was made up with an old banjo bolt with a smaller bolt welded into the hole down the centre. A deep [...]
Sony have now released the latest update for the PSP, this time version 2.70 includes:
Ability to save RSS podcasts to the memory stick. New flash player built into the web browser Updated support for the LocationFree base staion soon to be released in the UK. Support for more audio file formats.
On the [...]