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3193 - Melksham Campus - what, why, questions, concerns and how you can input
There's controversy in Melksham at the moment - Wiltshire Council is proposing the transfer of sports, swimming and library, youth and other facilities from various locations dotted around the town to a new single site campus on the Devizes road, out of the town centre and next to the Melksham Oak s ....

3192 - Tcl - Some example of HOW TO in handling data files and formats
During the Tcl course I was running earlier this week, we got involved in a number of interesting topics such as • How to clean up input lines into lists of fields (use split) • How to reformat awkward fields (use regexp and regsub) • How to combine files that vary in format from year ....

3191 - Date of the Census (which month and day?)
I gave a flippant answer to a question Lisa asked me earlier - "when did the 1891 census take place" and I answered 1891. ;-). Of course, she was looking for the date within the year. That wasn't as easy to find as you might expect - so here's a full list: 1801 - 10th March 1811 - 27th May 1821 ....

3190 - What do the following web sites have in common?
What do http://www.popjustice.com/, http://www.alienexperience.com/, http://bbs.freetalklive.com/, http://forum.virtuemart.net/ and http://www.btiteam.org/ have in common? Need a further clue - the things that's in common is not shared by http://www.firstgreatwestern.info/. Still not got it ;-) ?? ....

3189 - Tcl - the danger of square brackets in a while command
In Tcl, every statement is a command - with the parameters separated by spaces. Elements which are written in square brackets are commands which are evaluated before the rest of the statement, and elements which are written in curly braces are deferred - held back - and are only evaluated (if at a ....

3188 - What proportion of the British Workforce still works a Monday to Friday, 9 to 5, week?
Yesterday, I received an invite to a community meeting that takes place next Monday morning at 10:30; the meeting is for people aged over 55 - that's retired people, and also men who are still working (but into their last 10 years), and women who are into their final stretch too. It's a consultat ....

3187 - Past and Present - Melksham Station
I was struck by the contrast in a picture I took at Melksham station in the summer of 2005, and one taken 5 and a half years later from a simialar viewpoint. In the summer of 2005, the train ran behind the derelict warehouses that used to be home to Spencer's / GEC Mechnical Handling. Apart from t ....

3186 - How to add a customised twitter feed to your site
Twitter has become a useful flow of updating information - an alternative headline source from an RSS feed. How do you incorporate such a flow into your web site? There are Javascript widgets which you can incorporate into your page, available from twitter (so much less prone to spec change than a ....

3185 - Day Trip to Hereford, in pictures
From Melksham, via Devizes, Wootton Bassett, Cirencester and Gloucester to Hereford. Back via Monmouth, Tintern, the old Severn Bridge, the M4 and Box ....

3184 - Visiting relatives
Nelly arrived from South Africa on 17th ... visiting her daughter - my daughter in law, and Aeryn, who's graddaugher of both of us, and she's staying with Chris and Delene. But it's a long way from Mossel Bay to the UK, and - lovely though Melksham is, there's much more to see in the country. So ....

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