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1597 - Comparing hotels - as a guest and from the proprietors view
I'm in Cambridge and trying another hotel ... If you're making a room into a bedroom, it should be a double if you can possibly get a double in! Hospitality tray can go above the bed head, and you don't need to provide any power point for the customer except the same one as the kettle uses.If your ....

1596 - Selling curry to the chinese takeaway
Have you ever walked into a Chinese Takeaway and sold them three chicken curries with rice? Or gone to your local station and bought three tickets for yesterday? I'll be you haven't - there are certain things that don't work quite the same way when you go negative. I can't carry on once my car ha ....

1595 - First Great Western Weekend
It has been a long - a VERY long - weekend and I've still got a huge pile of things I want to do. But it has been productive too. When I set up the First Great Western Coffee Shop - a forum site for First Great Western Passengers - I wondered whether or not it would take off. Well - thanks (it ....

1594 - Please support improvements in our train service
Management overview * Until 2006, TransWilts train services ran 5 times a day and rapidly grew * First Great Western withdrew most trains - a decision based on incorrect forecasts - in December 2006. The remaining trains are poorly timed for the traffic on offer and of little practical use * Fir ....

1593 - Keep the client experience easy - single server contact point
Your company will have one or two web servers ... and you'll be visited by one or two million different clients. So it makes logical sense for all the complicated stuff to go on your one or two machines, and leave your clients with just a simple browser. Have you even got on the phone ... to a ....

1592 - Setting up a new user - Linux or Unix
Creating a local user account on a Linux box: 1. Add an entry to /etc/passwd 2. Add an entry to /etc/shadow 3. Add an entry to /etc/group IF the user is in a new group 4. Use the passwd command to set the user's password 5. Create the user's home directory 6. Change the ownership of the user's home ....

1591 - Easter Sunday at 404, The Spa
Easter has been a time to meet up with friends and family - old friends and new. Here's our newest friend - Martin brought David Jonathan, not yet a week old, around to see meet us. David slept through, of course - but it was really great to see them, and to hear how Martin and Marta - proud pare ....

1590 - All Change, Portsmouth Harbour
It's so long since I was in Portsmouth that I was quite taken aback by the changes I found there yesterday - a trip to meet a friend of several years standing, and make two new ones. I learned that "The Pyramids" swimming pool, built just 20 years or so ago, has roof problems so severe that it's to ....

1589 - Dynamic Memory Allocation in C - calloc, realloc
The Problem The C programming language is a fixed array size language - you write the size of your variables into your code and that's how big they are. Overrun an array and you corrupt other memory - and it's up to you the programmer to ensure this doesn't happen. Many past security leaks, such ....

1588 - String interpretation in Ruby
Ruby's rather clever in terms or how it handles string interpretation. Since variable names only start with special characters sometimes, it can't use Perl's trick of making the $ and @ character special in a string. So instead it uses a #{.....} notation. For example: puts "Tocker is #{tocker} ....

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