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When I was nine or ten I was given my first computer. Ever since I have been spending lots of time trying to get computers to do stuff. I work as an Application Developer for Metabroadcast in London, UK using the latest technology to break new ground in building applications on top of TV, radio and music metadata. Before my current role I spent six years working for The Open University (where I was involved in writing their first Facebook and Internet TV applications) in the UK, in the telematics industry and a long time working in telephone billing. Despite a life long interest in computing I actually studied Law at university. This was a great subject to study and I am still grateful I got the chance to study Law (there was a time when I did not believe such a thing would have been possible). I feel it is a subject that enables me to better understand different points of view and a legal awareness is very useful in the Web 2.0 world.

It is an exciting time to be a developer. A full scale digital revolution is in progress with social networks delivering on the Internet's promise to bring together people from all over the world. Traditional business models are being challenged and new ones created. New hardware and software is changing perceptions about technology. Through this blog I hope to share with you some of my interests and the technology that I have been exploring. I am particularly interested in open source software, innovative hardware, mobile technology, web development and data. Of course the Internet is not just about technology though I follow developments in web culture and also Internet based TV.

 

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Is the original instructions on how to connect the Huawei E169G to my eec pc with Linux still current?

Hi dj, yes if you are using Xandros on your EEE (the default) follow:
http://www.greenhughes.com/content/huawei-e169g-easy-way

If you are using the new Easy Peasy distribution (http://geteasypeasy.com/) these instructions are not needed as it is is based on Ubuntu 8.10 which has everything already installed to use the E169G.

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