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825 - Pictures of the Vale of Pewsey
The Alton Barnes White Horse is cut into the hillside above the Vale of Pewsey, where the main railway and the Kennet and Avon Canal share the valley up to Savernake - a remote spot where they pass over the watershed into the valley of a tributary of the River Thames. Although we live only 10 mile ....

824 - Pictures of Avebury, Longleat and Dyrham
It's summer in Wiltshire, and in spite of being rushed off our feet with training (open source stuff), training (trying to save the local train service), and refurbishing a B&B into a hotel, we've both had a few chances to get out and take some pictures. This morning, I've spend a few minute ....

823 - An excellent use for a visitor count?
Visitor counters are oversold. Very much oversold. I don't give a *&^%$ when I go down to my local supermarket whether I'm visitor number 27 or visitor 2765, so why should I want to know on a web site? Well - you may not be interested in how many visitors I've had to my "Save the train" websit ....

822 - PHP - a team member leaves
I read that Jani Taskinen, one of (quite a number) of lead developers on the PHP project, has quit after six years. Much PHP development takes place in Israel, and Jani - who has been a UN peacekeeper and who has friends in the Middle East conflicts, concluded that he could not continue to work wit ....

821 - Dynamic functions and names - Python
In Python, everything is held as an object in a variable - and I do mean everything, even named pieces of code. So that means that you can do some amazing things (or things that would be amazing in other languages) such as set up a named piece of code to perform action "x", the replace it dynamica ....

820 - Robert and William Whitworth
Robert Whitworth first surveyed the line for a canal through the Vale of the White Horse in 1784, as part of a plan by the Thames and Severn Canal Company to bypass the upper Thames, which they saw as an impediment to their trade. Further surveys followed, with a great deal of activity from 1793 to ....

819 - My projector has a photo-id
Have you ever tried reading a serial number sticker and wondered whether it's an S or a 5, a 0 or an O, a 1 or an I, a B or an 8? So have I! Most recently just an hour or two back when I was calling in to report our BenQ projector faulty (again!) and we went through the usual part number, seria ....

818 - Heard, yes. Considered, no. The case for the train.
Last Friday brought the publication of the 'final' timetable for trains through Melksham from December 2006. Regular readers to this column will know that I've been hosting a web site to retain the service at its current level (5 each way daily) or, better, to improve it to 8 a day. But the th ....

817 - Working on Weekend in Wiltshire and others
A refreshing breeze today .. thank goodness that the hot weather has broken a little. I've been coding with windows (HOUSE windows!) wide open, generalising out the wiki code that we've used for a while on the main site and was written as something of an experiment so that it can be much more used f ....

816 - Above the parapit, Well House Manor
I've not been 'going on' about the progress at Well House Manor, as the building projects of others can bore the living daylights out of me if mentioned frequently, and I'm sure that applies to you too. However, I will stick my neck above the parapit on the subject today and tell you it's going wel ....

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