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1895 - Comparison - with and without flash
Do you Use flash to make a bright scene darker? Not necessarily! Here's a picture of Melksham Station taken last Sunday night with the available light: And here's a picture taken a few seconds later, taken with flash: Flash gives extra fill-in light in the foreground, and with camera adjust ....

1894 - Shopping in Melksham
On Thursday, 27th November, Melksham is hosting a late night Christmas shopping event. Businesses that will be open until 8 p.m. include: Amber Home Appliance Centre [link] Andy York Photography [link] Arthouse Cafe [link] Castle News Chinese Medicine Centre Clinton Cards Cobblers Bench Cornerstone ....

1893 - Some Linux and Unix tips
How to make a woman equal to a man [trainee@easterton ~]$ man ls [trainee@easterton ~]$ woman ls -bash: woman: command not found [trainee@easterton ~]$ alias woman=man [trainee@easterton ~]$ woman ls [trainee@easterton ~]$ In Linux and Unix, the man command gives you a manual page ... but there is ....

1892 - Melksham Chamber of Commerce and Industry
I'm passionate about Melksham - it's a great place to live and a great place to do business, and Lisa and I, although we were newcomers in 1999, feel greatly welcomed here. And I hope that we have given, and will continue to give, something back as part of the community. We bring visitors to the t ....

1891 - Ruby to access web services
If you want to use a Ruby program to access an RSS feed (or some other XML or HTML data), you can start with the standard Net::HTTP module ... full (working, tested) example here. That example "just" uses a Get method to get an RSS feed of the latest posts to the First Great Western Coffee Shop Fo ....

1890 - MySQL database from Ruby - an example
Both MySQL and Ruby are huge subjects - the former being an excellent database engine and the latter a superb programming language. Yet although each individually is a huge subject, linking the two (i.e. accessing data stored in a MySQL database via a Ruby program) is so each that it's almost trivi ....

1889 - Ruby mixins, modules, require and include
A Ruby "mixin" is a way of adding extra code from a module into a class - thus giving the programmer the ability to share code between a number of classes in a way that's in addition to inheritance. So - in effect - it gives multiple inheritance. In some ways, you can compare a mixin to a (Java) ....

1888 - Find the link
What do the following have in common? 1. Discount Spa Covers 2. Childcare products 3. Poland Translation Services 4. Telephone Headsets 5. Executive life coaching 6. Eye Surgery in Houston 7. Web Design Courses 8. London Flatmates 9. Film and television casting calls 10. Door handles 11. Bedroom Fu ....

1887 - Ruby Programming Course - Saturday and Sunday
We're so busy during the week at the moment that I'm running an extra Ruby Course this weekend. The main use of Ruby is within "Ruby on Rails", but our course concentrates on the language itself and so it's suitable for people who are using RSpec, cucumber and Watir as well as Rails. Here are som ....

1886 - Keys to friendless churches
I don't know exactly how I found their web site - but I have come across the Friends of Friendless Churches. And I read ... The forlorn tower at Saltfleetby was taken on by the Friends in 1976. The tower, which dates from the 15th century, is the only surviving part of the church, so there is no n ....

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