Further to my entry yesterday where I alerted you all to the rather dubious nocturnal activities of Dave from work, I thought I should really be fair to everyone else I know that runs websites and give them links too. Plus it will be good for search engine ranking, I hope. So we start off… Read more »
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It’s been a funny old week. With alternating bright, warm sunshine and typhoons, rushed-off-my-feetness one day and utter boredom the next, it’s no surprise that some things slipped my mind. Like (possibly) the greatest day of the yearly calendar: International Talk Like A Pirate Day. Yes, truly. Dave came in to work wearing an eyepatch… Read more »
I love seeing computer error messages in public places. The best is obviously blue screen of death which I’ve seen more than once on monitors at a local shopping centre. However this is a first for me: Can you guess where it is yet? No? OK, I’ll tell. It was a screen on board this… Read more »
For the last few months I’ve been getting more and more interested in website statistics program. While one of my clients uses the excellent Mint it’s not the right answer for everyone. For instance, it doesn’t handle storing multiple sets of stats for diffeent domains in the same database therefore making it useless for the… Read more »
This is pretty old in internet terms, but it’s a great idea. If you need a safe method to backup your data, and you have friends you trust, why not pool your technical resources.