Monthly Archives: November 2004

The spiritual geek…

To be honest with you, I don’t feel like a geek. I get called one a lot (in fact la inamorata recently said this very blog was so boring that I should stop doing it), and I act like one a lot (staying up until 1:30am writing recursive directory parsers and mod_rewrite functions in PHP… Read more »

Validating Anglicans…

As you may have seen on the Wibsite home page the Church of England has a new website. It looks pretty good, from the little I’ve seen of it so far, and seems to include loads of interesting and useful information. But, and this is the point I want to stress, it validates!. That is… Read more »

Open Source Software…

I had a minor problem at work today, namely less that 90mb free hard drive space on my system partition. That, for those that don’t know, is a Bad Thing, and can lead to your computer slowing down dramatically (which is what happened) and even errors because Windows doesn’t have enough room to swing it’s… Read more »

Technology convergance…

I had a chat with my dad today about technology. Whenever I see him we generally chat about technology, at the moment even more so because there is a slim chance I might be doing a website for something he is involved with. Fingers crossed for that. However this particular time we were talking about… Read more »