To have their ‘Vitamin P’ as a few of us were battling on Mario Kart 64 at the flat was a great thought, and a fortnight ago that came true.
As I was writing the impressions last week, I decided to walk around Lincoln and take side-by-side shots of the 7, alongside the iPhone 3G, mainly for curiosity.
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After many weeks working on it, I can finally say, it is ready and is out now!
I’ve been working on it since the end of June, and I’ve genuinely enjoyed going through the four drafts and having it released.
Today it can be bought on iBooks for free, while a sample of the first three chapters can be downloaded as well.
It’s in landscape form, with fifty pages in total. I do recommend reading it with an iPad, or at the very least an iPhone ‘Plus’ model.
Currently working on having it released onto Google Play and Amazon very soon.
But for now, give it a read, see what you think, and enjoy.
In so many years of Lincoln being saturated with Italian restaurants, the one I didn’t expect to appear in the last couple of years was a Japanese Steakhouse.
With this feature, it was never going to be about reviews for the places in Lincoln. It was a hope that it would also be about the people who make Lincoln as unique as it is.
This month, that time has come.
In the last week I’ve been able to carry around the Samsung Galaxy S7, released today to people who have pre-ordered it, and to everyone else this Friday.
I’ve taken more photos at night compared to last time with the Sony Xperia Z5, to give both devices more of a varied comparison.
Using it as normal throughout the week, it’s much better to hold thanks to the curved back, with less chance of it slipping out of your grasp. The battery can last a good day and a half as well, alongside the apps showing no noticeable slow down in the whole time I had the S7.
Overall, I was impressed. The sensor in the twelve megapixel camera is much improved compared to the Galaxy S6, and the time it took to focus was faster than on my iPhone 6S. You can especially see this on the two photos of Bailgate at night.
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This week, it’s a place of business that has nostalgia as its unique selling point, and lots of it.
Ever since it opened in 2011 and its relocation last year, it’s grown from a small shop located in the market, to an even bigger shop with an upper floor for arcades and future events.
Now owned by Tom Riley and his fiancé Hannah in a 50/50 ownership, they’re aiming to make it even more well known, and to make it a place where gamers of casual and hardcore alike can come together and relive the best games of their childhood.
Since it opened in July of this year, it’s been a great place to go to not only for the waffles, but the wine, and the coffee.
In charge are Bruce and Sharon Whetton who decided that Lincoln needed something that set it apart from the many Italians and other independents that can be found in Steep Hill and beyond.
After a fair few situations that I’ve experienced paying for goods that didn’t involve an actual card, I wanted to share some with you to ease your inevitable concerns of having your card stored in another place than your wallet.