Every time it rains the signal bites the dust without the Octagon LNB cap 365

Once upon a time there was a thing called analogue television. Big UHF and VHF antennas brought in signals from far away places when conditions were right. With the boom of satellite television starting way back in the mid 1980s many started to swap their antennas for big or mostly small satellite dishes. Continue reading “Every time it rains the signal bites the dust without the Octagon LNB cap 365”

Panasonic KX-series: mobiles that make sense to a visually impaired guy


Finding a practical mobile or cellular phone for me has always been a chellenge. The reason for that: my visual impairment. It left me with a remaining eye sight of half a percent. And all products I’ve tried used gave me massive headaches.

The font size on those devices couldn’t be adjusted.  I could neither read my contact list, let alone text messages.  Even smartphones didn’t do the trick. Continue reading “Panasonic KX-series: mobiles that make sense to a visually impaired guy”