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1076 - Save the Train - an update
I have tried not to bore my more technical readers here with "yet another train story" too often, but perhaps I should post the occasional update. Save the Train is an Internet / Web Site based group who use (or used) the TransWilts train service, or would use it if appropriate services were provi ....

1075 - I'm not the father
I look on with some amazement at the unfolding story of Anna Nicole Smith, who was just a vague name to me prior to her death in the last few days. A dark humour in my mind vaguely wondered about creating a web site for men to post up their "I am NOT the father of this baby" claims, but with so man ....

1074 - Java beans and classes, .war and .jar files
A Java Bean is a class that includes a constructor that takes no parameters, and getter and setter methods with names like getLength and setLength to read and write properties. So at a basic (Java) level, a bean is just a class that happens to conform to some conventions. However - when you come t ....

1073 - Heartbeat script in Perl
Scenario ... an Apache httpd web server is distributing requests around between a number of Apache Tomcat instances on different computers (perhaps using mod_rewrite to allocate the requests). If a Tomcat instance become unavailable (i.e. if the host running it is taken offline) then it's to be rem ....

1072 - Well House Manor in the Snow
Scenes yesterday morning ....

1071 - Making a mountain out of a molehill
There are times that I take stock pictures - such as this one snapped yesterday, for use if ever I need to talk about making a mountain out of a molehill. The picture is of Silbury Hill ... Other pictures are take because the layout attracts and I look back at them later and I'm baffled as to wh ....

1070 - Java Deployment course - lunch break
We've several delegates on this week's course who are visiting the UK from overseas, and haven't been to Wiltshire before ... and the other delegates are staying with us. But the daylight is still short, and touring at night is cold and you can't see much. So we started early today, then extended ....

1069 - Rail trouble forced me to buy hotel
.... that's a headline in Monday's "Metro" paper, over a story about how we came to open Well House Manor. "Graham Ellis, 52 was facing ruin ..." it says. Well - not quite, though I suppose that the business would have been severely damaged if we had done nothing at all to offer viable alternatives ....

1068 - ls -l report, Linux / Unix - types and permssions
What does drwtrwx--- mean on the start of your ls-l report? The first character (d in my example) tells you the type of symbol you have on the file system, as follows: d - a directory; b - a block-type special file; c - a character-type special file; p - a named pipe; l - a symbolic link; S - a so ....

1067 - Serialization in Java - all layers required!
If you want to subject a delicate piece of equipment to an extreme of temperture for a prolonged period, it's no good just putting it in a box, even if that box CAN withstand the temperature extreme. No - you need to have piece of temperature tolerant equipment AND a tempertaure tolerant box if you' ....

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