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1090 - Too many instructions, too much detail
"Please leave these toilets in the state in which you would expect to find them.. So says a sign in the at the site I'm training at in London commuter land at the moment. Not having great faith in people, I would expect to find them in a bit of a mess ... and so I have a conundrum. Do I follow t ....

1089 - Playing old games
We've provided "etchasketch", jigsaws and packs of cards in the library for our guest's use ... and although many of our visitors prefer the more modern attractions of 50 TV channels or the Internet, there are occasions that they enjoy an old fashioned change. There's the game of Life and Scrabbl ....

1088 - Why use BBC code not HTML?
Why do wikis and forums use Bulletin Board Codes not HTML? Why [b] rather that <b> ? 1. More secure against injection attacks 2. Allow the programmer to easily provide a restricted tag set 3. To give an easy to learn set of instructions to the contributor. ....

1087 - Telling a story in different ways
The same story can be told in many ways ... and we're telling our story a lot of ways just at the moment. Yesterday was very much a "write the story the way xxxx wants to see it" day - here are three articles written by myself and Lisa in the last 24 hours. 1. When we opened a niche computer softwa ....

1086 - Injection attacks - safeguard your PHP scripts
An injection attack is where information supplied within a table entry box or upload file is used for malicious purposes - for example, if a user enters his name as fred'; drop database test; etc ... and finds that the script he has contacted inserts the text entered into a database query. Possible ....

1085 - Lawrence Webb's Melksham Taxi service
Course delegates have arrived by car, by taxi, by train, by bus, by motorcycle, by coach, by pushbike and on foot. We're just waiting for a delegate to come by boat and moor up on the Kennet and Avon Canal that's about 2 miles from us. Lawrence Webb (01225 706805) collect delagates from last week ....

1084 - Writing terms and conditions for conferences and other events
Whether you're running a small company with a handful of staff, or a multi-million pound operation, you've still got the same commercial issues to look after, and virtually the same set of legal requirements on you with regards so staff, business operations, taxes and so on. There are some, limited, ....

1083 - Behind the scenes
Behind every successful course, conference or hotel stay there's a team of people working to make it that success. Here's a few pictures of our "behind the scenes" team. Christine prepares to serve for a day conference. Martin prepares the "Wilts" - our larger conference room - before the start ....

1082 - Straight from the .jar
Disc drives have got much faster since my youth ... and processors at have got much much MUCH faster in the same period. So, 30 years ago, we used to compress files to store them on the disc when we knew we weren't likely to keep needing them, but we didn't compress them as a matter of course as we ....

1081 - Customer takes over class, and I am delighted
On a private course, I actively encourage delegates to discuss their own requirements - and very often that'll involve the use of the whiteboard and my projection system too. So, yesterday caught me sitting with the class and watching Jacob manipulting CLASSPATHs and .jar files - looking at package ....

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