Showing posts from February, 2014

50 Books in 2014 Challenge

50 Books in 2014 Challenge Reading is one of the best ways of broadening your horizons and this year I've set myself a challenge - to read 50 books by the end of the year. Simple, right? I'm not going to say these are all going to be literary marvels, and that I'll be reading the like of Jane Eyre or 1984 weekly, but i'll try and put those into the mix. Most of these will be kindle books and I'm going to try and read as many free novels as possible. And I'm hugely interested in both technology and travel so expect to find quite a few books related to that too. The challenge is a tough one, what with having to work on my final year project at University and the other two modules, my role as associate editor of Leeds Student Newspaper and working in the union every week it will be a case of needing to make time in order to read about a book a week. Plus, I only decided that I'd be doing this last week so I'm already about 6 weeks, or six books

Three mobile 4G roll-out

Three mobile 4G roll-out Three is currently rolling out its 4G network. Rumours suggest that by 03/03/2014 most customers who are able for receive 4G in their area will have their devices updated to support the new higher-speed broadband. By the end of 2014 fifty cities will be covered, with 98% of the UK population being covered by the end of 2015. This post aims to keep track of changes and the roll-out. Last updated:  Monday 30th October 2014. 4G enabled cities and towns: Aberdeen Ashford Bath Basingstoke Bedford Birmingham (and Lichfield and Stafford areas) Blackpool Bolton Bournemouth Bradford (mainly Southern areas) Bristol Cambridge (Central Northern and Western areas) Cardiff Chelmsford Colchester Coventry (North and central areas only) Crawley (Northern areas) and Gatwick Airport Derby Doncaster Dundee Edinburgh  (Western areas, none in city centre) Exeter Farnborough and Aldershot Gillingham Glasgow (Southern areas) and some areas to t