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2499 - ourdog is Greyhound, Staffie and Ginger Cake
It was the fact that the cake wrapper was on the bed, and not on the bedside table that was the clue that triggered me to realizing that something wasn't quite where I had left it. And examining the wrapper and finding it empty and clear, I realised that something else - the remaining slice of cake ....

2498 - Remembrance Sunday 2009, Melksham
Remembrance Sunday - and I was honored to be asked by the Chamber of Commerce to lay a wreath at the war memorial on their behalf. It was a real community gathering and a really poignant service in the church which concluded outside at the war memorial. Good to see such a large congregation, so ma ....

2497 - Brown horses in Melksham
You'll see white horses at Westbury, at Cherhill and Hackpen Hill and (if you know where to look) at Devizes and Marlborough too. But you won't often see four brown horses in Melksham - here, pictured at the end of our street this morning. It's been an interesting weekend. Yesterday, I was asked ....

2496 - A better design of mouth
When you think about it, having a mouth on the side of your face is something of a poor design in some circumstances. There's that awkward maneuvering of food on a fork, or with hands to get into the mouth, and the drips of curry and tomato source that fall onto your white shirt when your co-ordin ....

2495 - Planning the future of Wiltshire
Background to planning the future - the mechanism Where will Wiltshire be in 20 years time? Will it grow, and if so how - will development all go into 2 or 3 major towns, leaving smaller towns to loose their significance and hearts? Will development spring up all over the place, or in a new town ....

2494 - Making Linux Politically correct
[trainee@easterton ~]$ man ls Manual page displayed here [trainee@easterton ~]$ woman ls -bash: woman: command not found [trainee@easterton ~]$ alias woman=man [trainee@easterton ~]$ woman ls Manual page displayed here [trainee@easterton ~]$ OK - I'll admit that this is quite a trivial use of the " ....

2493 - Melksham buses to/from Chippenham, Trowbridge, Bath, Devizes, London
Update - August 2010 As from 5th September 2010, there are major changes to the buses from Bath to Melksham, Devizes and beyond. See [here] for route diagram and times. First (Bristol bath and the West), Faresaver, Frome Minibuses, AD Raines, Bodmans and National Express all operate scheduled bus ....

2492 - Lua Classes - open enrolement
Advert - Extra Course! I've just scheduled an extra Lua course - running from 19th (Thursday) to 22nd (Sunday) of November, on Lua. It's "last minute" which means that the group of delegates will be a small one and you'll get plenty of personal attention to YOUR application and requirements. Venu ....

2491 - Root is root for a reason!
A busy day ... major update to the Chamber of Commerce Site, and a heart-stopping moment when I realised that we had moved our server's clock forward by a year instead of by a few minutes. A few log files have some funny time stamps in them, and web stats will look odd for a while ... and there was ....

2490 - Friendly Hotel in Melksham, near Bath
Lisa emailed me a link to a web site listing dog-friendly hotels for our own future use when traveling. Now for Betty and Phil, a hotel that's dog friendly is a blessing, but by contrast Gordon and Sarah wouldn't want to stay somewhere that's overrun with other people's dogs. So let's see ... wher ....

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