Technical Question for readers of this blog

Back in the day you could get exercise along with telephone capability when you had a mobile. (Note to my younger readers: the large black bit below the handset is the phone electronics and a very large lead acid battery)

Some of you may be reading this blog on a smart phone (not like the one above).  I would be grateful if people could let me know whether or not they are recieving the blog OK via this medium or whether reading via mobile is causing problems.  The reason I ask is that I haven’t yet activated the ‘mobile specific’ features of this blog and if people are recieving it OK then I won’t turn on those features in the application.  If people are having problems then I shall activate the mobile app.  Please let us know if this blog is readable on mobile by either emailing   or leave a comment below.

Many thanks.  Normal insults and spittle-flecked abuse will return later.

4 Comments on "Technical Question for readers of this blog"

  1. hen bradshaw | January 15, 2013 at 8:42 am |

    I get an email of the blog and read it through that. However I don’t see other replies to your blogs just my own.

  2. Fahrenheit211 | January 15, 2013 at 8:51 am |

    Thanks, that’s very helpful.

  3. I distribute my blog to as many sources as possible but, to be honest, I don’t know why people don’t just read the blog!

    As regards mobiles, I’m afraid I can’t help you as I have what is now known as a ‘dumbphone’ – it’s a cheap Mockia PAYG with no internet capability at all. I put £10 credit on it 3 years ago when I bought it. There’s still £5.41 left.

    I’m after a dumbTellie now but it’s proving difficult!

    • Fahrenheit211 | January 15, 2013 at 9:45 am |

      Re dumb tv’s. I’ve got a complete analogue network installed in my home. Each digital reception device feeds into its own analogue modulator which then feeds a private internal cable network which in turn feeds analogue CRT televisions. I have different channels for each device, DVD, Skybox, PC, CCTV, VCR. Provided that I keep at least three channels between each device and balance the output powers of the devices, I don’t get too much co channel interference.

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