With the sad news of the crash of Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo after what is believed to be experimental rocket fuel I realise that I’m not a hardware pioneer. I’m not a Jacques Cousteau. I’m happy to break new territory in the virtual world of software development but I’m not some one who like being on the forefront of exploration. I probably sound like one of those who would have baulked at the idea of riding on Stevenson’s Rocket but this is a rocket in no uncertain terms.
According to the Herald Scotland it’s now illegal fro an EU company to manufacture or import vacuum cleaners with a power greater than 1600W and in 2017 it will be reduced to 900W. In general this is a good idea, as Sir James Dyson says:
The motor cap is a sensible part of the upcoming regulation from Europe, as it can drive investment in efficient technology.
Faced with the diagnosis of ALS, this programmer’s first reaction was to turn to computers to help solve some of his problems (BBC).
So I decided to build the best and fastest on-screen keyboard, then when combined with the camera, it gives you a very cheap and very good communication solution… accessible for all people, not only the rich.
For me, there’s nothing better than OMNI-Focus, OSX and iPhone (iPad under development)