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2547 - The great thing about snow ....
One of the great things about the snow is that you can see where the black dog is, even in the half light, as she races round the garden takes her exercise. Somehow I don't think that was going to be the top of your list of favorite snowy things. Let's try some more ... Sprinklings of snow add ....

2546 - How well do you know Melksham - a quiz for Christmas
I've been out for two Christmas Dinners with local groups this year - the Bowerhill Villager (local newsletter) and the Chamber of Commerce ... and I've enjoyed them both. And in the spirit of Christmas, here's the quiz (via a link) that I put together for the "Bowerhill Villager" evening - how wel ....

2545 - Scraping content for your own page via PHP
If your PHP allows for remote URLs to be handled / read as if they were files (and that's the default), you have useful tool which lets you include the content of one web page (or part of it) within another. For example, I can "scrape" the sections of a coming on a course page and insert them into ....

2544 - Vision for Wiltshire
As I tried to put together my final thoughts on Wiltshire's Strategic Plan Consultation, I helped myself by putting an overview of my thoughts together so that my inputs really will be strategic and not just about what we want / don't want in our back yard! A Vision for Wilsthire ... Where shou ....

2543 - Day and night at Christmas
In the centre of Melksham, you'll find an illuminated sign saying "Melksham at Christmas" and another pointing you to Longford Road - a street of fairly typical 1950s or 1960s houses about half a mile away. Let's see what we find at Longford Road ... Here's a daytime picture taken just the other d ....

2542 - My armpit was like a zebra crossing
Just as a zebra crossing is alternate black and white, so my armpit this morning was alternately warm and cold. The reason? The nose of a resting dog, pulling in fresh air from the surrounding room [cold] and blowing the air out again [warm]. You probably wondered what on earth I was going to be ....

2541 - VAT Changes
As from 1st January 2010, VAT returns from 15% to 17.5%. Training courses are quotes ex VAT, as most of our customers are VAT registered and the tax is a "pass through" cost which does not in the end effect their final company accounts. But it can make a difference for delegates who are not with V ....

2540 - Rock and hard place .. and the relaxing right one won
Occasionally - just occasionally - I let my hair down and say "enough is enough" with meetings and work ... and let my hair down. And so it was on Wednesday evening, when a long standing Christmas Dinner with some of the 'core' folks at the Chamber of Commerce got overbooked by the Melksham Are Bo ....

2539 - Changing Images
The simplest ideas are often the best ... and the simple idea of having a picture that automatically changes from time to time on your web page helps keep your customer's interest up when he returns to your site. You're seeing a picture of our dog Gypsy to the right of this block of text, but I do ....

2538 - Open Source Training Centre and Courses for 2010
It's a while since I wrote about our training centre, and some of the things that I wrote in the past have been updated or upgraded since. So here's an up to date description, written in December 2009 telling you about our location and courses for 2010. All of our public courses are run at Well Hou ....

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