The internet has had many unexpected consequences, as inventions do. I doubt that Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave much thought to sheep when he was developing the World Wide Web; despite that, his work has significantly improved their quality of life. Not because sheep use Facebook (it’s humans that behave like sheep in that context), but because the Web has transformed the selling of sheep to considerable ovine benefit.
It's very wide-ranging, which Minister John Whittingdale says is to cover the pace of change in media consumption. When the BBC Charter was last changed, websites were young, Twitter didn't exist and so on.
And I don't even like Honda cars.
Although the Wifi in my office was registering nearly at full strength, I’d been finding that it was regularly cutting out, or drastically dropping in download speed. My router is two rooms and three walls away. The solution is to use what are known as Homeplugs; I’ve written about these before, but devolo, one of the bigger brands, has just sent me their latest model to try.
Provided that you are buying everyone a box of tissues, of course.