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1807 - A sad town in the sunlight
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Famous in my mind from the phrase "The Gettysburg Address", but not somewhere I had stopped / visited in the past. But yesterday we had an hour or two to stop in the town, to have a look around. It was at Gettysburg, as recently as early July 1863, that a bloody battle in ....

1806 - Dealing with overhead cables in a photograph
I'm always amazed at the mass of overhead wires that you find in the USA, and what a darned nuisance they are to photographers who want to get a clean picture. Lisa's a past master at painting them out with Photoshop ... but I'm inclined to take pictures in such a way that I lessen their effect in ....

1805 - Carlisle High School - Class of 1973 Reunion
Saturday, 20th September 2008 - at the Expo Centre, K Street, Carlisle, PA Oh goodness - I'm not one for the formal pictures! Let me tell you a little bit about the event and then you can go to http://www.wellho.net/share/reunion.html to see a set of candid letterbox pictures. And do keep ....

1804 - Colvin and Carlisle
Colvin Run Mill, Fairfax County, Virginia ... just a few yards off the "Leesburg Pike" - Route 7 - the main run from the Washington DC area to Ashburn and on to Leesburg. Pictured in the last couple of days since Lisa and I arrived in the USA. The mill and millers's house date from around 1809 and ....

1803 - FTP passive mode - a sometimes cure for upload hangs
Are you on the road (as I am today) and having trouble FTPing files up to your server (as I was today)? Symptom - the connection sets up just fine, it's great when you're looking for files, but as soon as you put an upload / download instruction in, it hangs ... I've switched passive mode off ... t ....

1802 - Motorcycles welcome at Well House Manor
I used to ride a motor cycle. I suppose I may have my mid-life crisis at some point and ride another one. And I've got that in common with many of our course delegates; occasionally (sometimes it seems not so occasionally!) one of them will arrive for a course on his bike and in full leathers. T ....

1801 - Will your backups work if you have to restore them?
There are a lot of myths surrounding data backups. Ones says that "the more often you take backup everything, the better it is", but actually that only applies to data that's changing. There is little point in wasting a lot of resources repeatedly backing up the same unchanging builds in /usr/lo ....

1800 - Spiders Web
I don't know if we should be proud or embarrassed when our delegates compliment us on our magnificent spiders - but as most of them are in the lush plants that lead up to the front door, I think we'll take it as a compliment. Here's a lucky picture I got of one of the spiders (the others all have c ....

1799 - Regular Expressions in PHP
Regular Expressions allow you to check if a string of text matches a particular pattern - for example to see if the data that a user has entered into a form looks like a Postcode / zipcode ... and then to extract the vital parts of the string that you're checking into separate variables. Down the ....

1798 - What does an browser understand? What does an HTML document contain?
What would I expect a browser to understand? • HTML (To describe how the page is marked up) • Images - .jpg .gif .png (Photos, diagrams, etc) • Style Sheets - .css (To set the look and feel) and probably (but progressively less likely: • JavaScript (for local helpers such as ....

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