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3324 - Rabbit Shelter
What a wet Sunday ... and what a busy weekend too. Gypsy and I went out for a walk in the field in a brief respite between rail projects, answering emails, and investing in training up new 'occsaional' staff so that Well House Manor is even more robust. We came back soaked, the both of ....

3323 - Is Melksham town centre dying?
I walked into Melksham this morning ... to visit five shops / services. The first had closed down during the week I was away, from their already reduced hours. A sign on the door saying that it had closed thought lack of support from Melksham people, but that their Calne place is thriving. In the ....

3322 - How much has Perl (and other languages) changed?
How much has Perl code mover forward over the years? A lot, and not a lot. To some extend, programming languages are the eye of the storm of technology - and that's because people who invest in code want it to be good for many years, so the same tools are used for several generations of products, ....

3321 - Travelling around
Some travelling pictures from the last week or so ... it's not all by car! Walking, Cycling, Rowing, Guided Busway, and Trains. ....

3320 - Reading the nth line from a file (Perl and Tcl examples)
"How do I find the 100th line in a file" - a common question for newcomers to coding. The short answer is to open the file, and loop through to read lines until the one that you want. Although most languages have a seek command or function, that works by bytes and with a typical text / ascii fi ....

3319 - Moving on - a task for the hotel staff!
Six beds (and seven bedrooms) in six nights ... this is one heck of a week if you wondered why my blog has dropped to a trickle. Sunday night at home, Monday in Cheltenham where (for the first time in my life) I complained at checkin ("oh yeah - it might smell - they've been working on the drains"), ....

3318 - Summer Sunday Trains - outings from Swindon, Chippenham, Melksham, Trowbridge and Westbury
Extra trains - service trial on the norther section of the TransWilts line this summer - Sundays 3rd July and 17th July to 28th August. Operated by First Great Western, at their regular fares and booked through their regular booking system (the trains are alraedy online and tickets being sold at th ....

3317 - Self Portrait (in words)
I've written a profile of myself [Graham Ellis], and of Well House Consultants (which I set up in 1995, and run with my wife Lisa), before. But that's been with a slant towards our business, rather than towards myself and other involvements which are wider than our business. Lisa and I moved to Me ....

3316 - Twitter Phishing Trips ... and a great new alert service
A new service from Twitter - telling me when people mention me in their tweets. I like it - helps me keep engaged with efriends such as Alex, during very busy times. It's only something that I've seen in the last few days. But at the same time, I've started to receive "message box full ....

3315 - Friday - Electrician, Food Festival, C++ Course, Rail Group Meeting
If you're wondering why my Friday post has been made after Friday ... it was another busy day. I call these "National Trust" days after I spent a lot of time logging a specific day - 17th October 2006 - as they asked people to do, just to find that my day was too long and eventful for their web sit ....

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