Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Have You Ordered Yours Yet?

It's finally arrived, the product everyone has been waiting for over the last year, kept under wraps in the strictest security – Apple's latest breakthrough ...the iPud.

I was at the unveiling on Sunday and I managed t get my hands on one of the very first iPuds and I have to say I fell in love with it straight away. It's cool, it's stylish and it's tasty – and it's full of giga-bites.

You're all set to go in a jiffy ...just get it out of its pastry case and you're ready to iPud. For use when you're out and about there's a touch surface. Just touch the surface of your iPud with your finger ...put your finger in your mouth and your mouth if full of iPud! For more serious work you can also use Spoons. The iPud doesn't come with its own Spoon which I find a shame but the great thing is you can use pretty well any size of spoon from any provider and they are all compatible. They have completely done away with the mouse because it kept falling into the iPud and making a huge mess.

The response of the iPud is smooth and quick; compared to some of the other products on the market that's no trifling matter.
You can even have your MicroSoft cake and eat it too as Apple have made the iPud totally compatible with Windows. Just open the window and the glass doesn't get in the way any more.

Many experts scoffed when they first heard about the iPud ...well, now they well get their just desserts because the iPud is simply incr-edible.

Now I just can't wait for the release in the next months of the companion Apple iPie...yummy!

(Some of the iPud prototypes were stolen at the release ceremony but the thieves were caught and are now being held in custardy.)

Neutron note: apologies in advance for this nonsense - it was the product of a sleepless night at the weekend!

Friday, May 07, 2010

Well-hung Parliament

Aye, so none of the parties are going to get an absolute majority after the General Election in the UK.

So now all the weasly politicians come out from under their stones and start going back on all the nasty things they said about their opponents and all the strong promises they trumpeted before the election so that they can maybe just manage to cobble together some squalid deal after the election.

Same old story.

It would be nice though to keep a tally of how many times these two-faced smooth-talkers will use the expression "in the national interest" over the next few days.

Sunday, May 02, 2010