Are we becoming more digital? The odious trend to suggest people can't exist without a slab of glass, plastic and apps bolted to their hand has left me scrabbling for the analogue.
Augmented-reality glasses are more real than with Google showing off a live demo of its Project Glass technology at an event in San Francisco.
The new-look Computeractive magazine is out today, and it's packed with more help, tips and advice than ever.
The magazine is now presented in three easy-to-navigate and colour-coded sections, with extra pages for many of our most popular sections, including our No Problem question-and-answer pages, Hints and Tips and reader letters.
There are three new sections: All-New Secrets reveals insider tips and tricks to a wide range of tools and web services, while our new Quick Troubleshooter gives you the speedy way to test and diagnose computer, gadget and software problems.
In the new Build It section, we'll show you how to take on and complete a range of hardware and software projects.
I'm not suggesting that you spend hours choosing the ideal Desktop wallpaper but if you want a bit of variation, I strongly recommend the monthly selection from Smashing Magazine. Released on the first of every month (ie today) there should be something for everyone. There are plenty of different screen sizes catered for and most are available both with and without a calendar for the month.
Read on for advice on cycling between different wallpapers.
It was bound to happen. This morning I replied to an email from someone wondering why their analogue television has stopped working. I won't know whether they live in an area where the analogue signal is switched off until they get back to me but I suspect that this won't be the last email of its kind.
In fairness, I'm not sure what more the Digital Switchover campaign could have done but getting a message like this out to the public is always difficult. If you want more information, there is plenty on the Digital UK website. They also have a call centre that can be reached on 08456 50 50 50.
You can help as well by keeping an ear open for friends complaining about televisions not working and checking if they are affected. I for one am very pleased that my Grandmother has been with Sky for many years and so isn't affected. Do share any stories below.
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