Can anyone recommend a chromebook with a non-clunky touchpad?
I've a newish HP chromebook and the touchpad is f%%king horrific and tiring.
My last Dell laptop had a rolls royce touch pad by comparison.
I sent cds to a buyer in Austria on May 8 - he's claims to not have received them and wants a refund.
I told him postage has been severely disrupted and that he needs to be patient.
If he's been honest, that's 7 weeks without delivery.
Anyone else have similar experience?
So I'm looking to compile a definitive list (niche or mainstream), as I'll be doing some work again for a UK distributor (cd and vinyl).
I'll start the ball rolling with Plugd (Cork), Rollercoaster (Kilkenny), Tower, Bell Book & Candle (Galway), Sick Records (Belfast), Cool Discs (Derry)
Too dark. Much preferred open plan nature of old place. You knew the old Tower was a Dublin Tower by way of the gig posters, flyers. The absence of posters in the new place (yes, suitable space an issue) lends a bit of an identity, personality crisis.
Great, I'll be over for Friends re-runs, Who's your favourite?
Saw him in Belfast donkeys ago, pretty amazing. Like a sniper he seemed to 'take out' the audience one by one so that 90% of the audience were gone by the end. His sound was inside you by the end.
Irish Tour, May 1 - 5
April 6th, 7th - Epstein Theatre, Liverpool
May 1st – An Grianan, Letterkenny click here
May 2nd – Ballina Arts Centre, Mayo click here
May 3rd - Theatre Royal, Waterford click here
May 4th – Nenagh Arts Centre, Tipperary click here
May 5th – Everyman...