Introduction For the past two weeks, I’ve been using an EeePC 1000H, a netbook with a 10″ screen, an Intel Atom N270 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and an 80GB internal hard drive. Released in 2008, it was designed with portability as its primary goal, with performance taking a back seat.… Read More »Using an EeePC in 2019
When I download an album from Bandcamp, I go for the OGG format, because it has better sound at lower bitrates than MP3, and because it’s a free format, unlike AAC. However, there’s a slight problem: Bandcamp doesn’t embed album art in their OGG files. The fools.Read More »My Bandcamp album organisation script
Update 22/05: Fedilab is now paid on Google Play. These are some apps that I have personally found very useful. I’ll be focusing on more obscure ones rather than apps that everyone’s already heard of, but I will mention a few popular ones if I feel the need to do… Read More »Some Android App Recommendations
Update: A lot of people have left me comments telling me that OCRbot really has helped them, and that they wouldn’t have posted or boosted certain content without it. I didn’t realise that when I wrote this, and I’m really happy to hear that OCRbot does actually have a purpose.… Read More »The failure of OCRbot
I’ve imported (okay, copy and pasted) all my old Lynne Teaches Tech posts. That means this blog is ready to be used for new Lynne Teaches Tech posts, as well as other exciting content!!