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99 - Should we call it 'Geekmas'?
There's a long gap in the UK between the August Bank Holiday in the late summer and Christmas day, the next public holiday .... yet there are then 7 public holidays in 5 months (Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May day and Spring Bank Holiday). So, a couple of ....

98 - No more 'Error 404' pages. Something better.
"If a user enters a URL on a web site, the web site should supply them with the information that they want." Wise words indeed from Rasmus Lerdorf, of PHP fame, on the recent GeekCruise. He was talking about "error 404" status pages and suggesting that web site authors could do better. He was ri ....

97 - What makes a professional photographer?
Earlier this month, we travelled on the "Costa Mediterranean" on a one week cruise, and we snapped hundreds of pictures. Some good, some dubious in their quality to say the least. And during the cruise we attended a most interesting talk by Kevin Gilbert, professional photographer formerly of the ....

96 - Variable Scope
One of the vital topics on all our programming courses is that of variable scope. Variable Scope may be defined as the area of a program in which a variable is visible, and how long that variable is accessible for. Why do I describe variable scope as a vital subject when you can write simple progra ....

95 - Five red flags
We have an enquiry form on our web site .... and over the years we've learnt that not all requests for information are a genuine interest in our courses. There's a number of "flags" that point to these requests made for other purposes - and I thought I spotted five such flags in a single request ye ....

94 - Special change
I've just been out to buy fresh milk and other supplies for today's Tcl course, and I got 3.88 change which I felt was rather special - one of each coin in common circulation. ....

93 - Case Sensitive?
PHP variable names are case sensitive, but the names of functions are case insensitive. Why is this? PHP is a language that's designed to let you write a web page template into which you can insert additional tags to call up the functionality of PHP, and it originated in the days before xhtml when ....

92 - Hard work, Hard sell
Got home, 9pm last night, from Venice and our Mediterranean Cruise. It was very hard work and we get back exhausted, but I think that's going to be a hard thing for me to sell to anyone who happens to be reading "The Horse's Mouth". I can tell you of a revitalised enthusiasm for PHP, and for MySQ ....

91 - On line every 24 hours
Isn't the internet wonderful - here I am connected in from Venice's Marco Polo airport using my own laptop, looking out over planes arriving and departing ... we have a couple of hours window (slack) between the arrival of our boat and the departure of our plane. Phone to email Fax to email People ....

90 - Rude old people
Yes, I *am* enjoying being on a cruise ship and attending Open Source lectures - you've see a few posts here on the subject in the last few days, so this is something slightly less techie. Why is it that some cruisers have to push into queues? Why is it that some of them are so inhumanising to th ....

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