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1714 - Hillier Gardens, Hampshire
I don't have the patience for wildlife photography - which is why I'm very grateful to the Hillier Gardens, between Romsey and Winchester, for having an "Art in the Garden" exhibition on at the moment. Lisa and I visited on Saturday - a pure co-incidence, as we set out for an impulsive day-and-a-bi ....

1713 - Ways to accept credit cards - or not!
Here are four statements I've come across in the last 24 hours "We accept credit and debit cards" "We don't take credit or detit cards for payments of under 10 pounds" (which struck me as very negative with words like "don't" and "under". "We only accept credit cards for payments of five pounds a ....

1712 - As different as night and tyres
I was going to say "as different as night and day" - but they're really too similar! You'll be reading this forum post on our new server, and I'm already seeing a dramatic improvement in performance - partly related to the heavy load on the previous server, partly because the previous server was ....

1711 - Rapid growth leads to server move
Here are some web site statistics for you ... Over fifty thousand different visitors in the last seven days. Those visitors have called up over a quarter of a million pages (that's about five pages each), and each of those pages has called up one or two extra file such as images and style sheets - ....

1710 - At the Westbury Bypass Enquiry
Last night was the evening session of the Westbury Bypass enquiry that's presently running in that town, and Lisa and I attended and listened with interest. A bit of history. The town of Westbury is the largest town on the A350 that remains unbypassed and although the traffic delays through ther ....

1709 - There is more that one way - Perl
"There are six ways of doing anything in Perl." So say I on Perl courses and just occasionally I come up with an example that proves it. This one doesn't quite - I show you just five ways of finding the names of all the files in the current directory: $stuff = `ls`;   @fings = glob("*"); &nb ....

1708 - A Train Service Update for Melksham Party in the Park
Yesterday was Melksham's "Party in the Park" and carnival, where it seems the whole town turns out to see the stalls in the afternoon, the parade in the early evening, and the concert and fireworks after that - or at least to attend some of the events. Last year, the Melksham Railway Development Gr ....

1707 - Configuring Apache httpd
There are two approaches to bundling software for user installation. "The MicroSoft way" is to use an install wizard that drops each of the elements of the software into the best operational place on the user's system, and configures it there for running straight away. "The OpenSource way" is to i ....

1706 - The Story of Well House Manor
"What's the story of this place?" ... a question that I'm often asked at Well House Manor as I check out hotel guests. Well House Consultants has been running specialised computer training courses in Melksham since 2000 - so specialised that the majority of our customers travel a long way to attend ....

1705 - Environment variables in Perl / use Env
If I say use Env;, Perl loads in a module which allows me to access all my environment variables directly within my code, by name. If I add an explicit list of variable names as a list to the module, then only those variables will be imported. So in this example, $PATH prints nothing but $SHELL an ....

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