Monthly Archives: April 2006
I needed to lighten my mood slightly today did the trick, damn unlittle-documented features. I have been doing some work on Minerva, still slowly building components for the new uber powerful core up, some time in the future we need … Continue reading
So, I am still working on this damned physics coursework. Thankfully it has to be in tomorrow for final marking and sending to the big wigs that our the moderators, so I am rushing around trying to finish it. In … Continue reading
Subject of the conversation is driving tests, as this blog doesn’t stretch back far enough in time I shall point out that I passed 1st June 2005, first time around. (18:48:00) Peter: wooo cancellation at St. George on 16th May … Continue reading
Quick post … Lifesize Pac Man ’nuff said. The Cat? Here. Smellyness, and Weston-Super-Mud.
So, I thought it was time to update my list of Mozilla Firefox extensions, at 3:20AM yes. Greasemonkey – User Scripts Firebug – Amazing web development debugging tool GMail Notifier – Because I never check me GMail
What do you look for in a bulletproof server? High redundancy and reliability for mission critical applications? No, neither do Hewlett Packard they appear to actually want their servers to be bulletproof, they took one StorageWorks XP12000 Disk Array and … Continue reading
Just a quick one … The Roof is on Fire.
Meet the real “Sir Walter Mitty” a.k.a “Captain Sir Alan Mcilwraith, KBE, DSO, MC” should be known as Alan Mcilwraith ex. Dell call centre employee. His version of the Wikipedia article is highly entertaining, is it the noticeable lack of … Continue reading
Went to see Ice Age The Meltdown last night with a few friends, good film but the story line is not as good as the original. Still well worth the money though, even though the induced laughing was painful to … Continue reading