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2399 - Firefighting with Perl
If the building is blazing, you'll go right ahead and put the fire out with the extinguisher. Hopefully you'll have been trained to use the right sort of extinguisher on the right fire, but you won't leave the fire to blaze just because the "date last serviced" record has become smudged and you don ....

2398 - Websitemediasolution and a goldfish called Carl Johnson
I think I've seen it said that goldfish have a very short memory. About a week ago, I got an email that was better produced than most unsolicited emails that I get - and as we are in the Web site and web development business, the title was close enough to that of a genuine enquiry for me to careful ....

2397 - Signwriting is dead. Long live the sign.
Have you noticed that there's a sign up telling you everything you must and must not, may and may not, can and cannot do? And there are so many signs up there that seem to have been put up without giving thought to who will be reading them, why, and what they'll get from them. Let's see some. I ....

2396 - Easing off in our 50s?
From my mailbox: "Now that I'm 50, I'm looking to ease off on the IT which is turning into far more work that I anticipated. Also have a farm, where I have seriously been thinking of relocating to, and planting fruit trees. Would continue to do some software work, but hopefully less than now. May ....

2395 - From Lymington by train - last of the slammers
It seems like half a lifetime ago (probably because it was half a lifetime ago) that I commuted to school on the electric trains of the Southern Region of British Rail(ways) ... trains with doors that the passengers opened and closed for themselves, just like your door at home, without the aid of el ....

2394 - Two days of demonstration scripts in Python
I've spent the last two days introducing Python to a group of nine delegates (and, naturally, enjoying doing so). As I usually do, I have wrote a lot of new examples to show not only how the language and programs work, but also the thought process behind writing them. At the delegate's request, I ....

2393 - A first demonstration of OO, including polymorphism
"Object Oriented" often means big and heavy code even for the first example application demos ... since OO works really well when you're meeting requirements beyond those which are small enough to be described as 'trivial'. So I'm very pleased with this little demonstration in Python which shows - ....

2392 - Lymington, New Forest - some pictures
A long day ... but I couldn't want for a nicer crowd to train, nor a nicer town to be in for the evening. The days are drawing in, but I did manage to get a few pictures in the last couple of hours. More picture ... Brockenhust and the New Forest, Lymington and the trains between the ....

2391 - Great Western Route Utilisation Strategy - Draft for Consultation
A call from Brunel Radio in Swindon yesterday asked for my to give brief comment on the "Draft Great Western RUS" that had been published 4 hours earlier. But what is a RUS, why is it of interest to local radio listeners {{ and how do people expect me to make meaningful comment on 192 pages within ....

2390 - Dynamic / changing images on your web page
There are a number of different ways to provide dynamic (changing) images within a web page ... but as they're mostly client side technology based, they're not something I commonly get involved in. However, just yesterday I was thinking of using exactly such a dynamic image in my post telling you ....

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