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862 - 4 weeks to go
A month to go ... and there's still a lot of work to be done at Well House Manor. And yet so much progress happens and suddenly things are starting to fall into place. Today and Friday, I'll be on "Office days" catching up on the mountains of paperwork and calls, and helping make sure that nothing ....

861 - Ballooning from Devizes
A lovely day yesterday, with a gentle south easterly breeeze. On the green at Devizes as we drove through at the end of the day, a great red monster was taking shape - a hot air balloon ride. First, an electric blower started the inflation and as the thing grew bigger, the gas burners were turned o ....

860 - Warning - false emails, said to be from Paypal
I get a LOT of spam emails - phishing trips by people looking to steal my identity - asking me to confirm my details with the likes of E-bay, Paypal and half the banks in the world. The idea of the spammers is that you go on to what looks like the company's site to confirm you details but really yo ....

859 - Put the answer in context - it may be printed
Always remember that your web appllication user is likely to print out the final page and keep it. And it will be pretty useless to him if it doesn't contain certain information - information such as the inputs he made in order to produce the page. Q: At what time on 7th December do .... trains le ....

858 - From the Manor written
This morning, my daily update is written for the first time from Well House Manor. Our hotel opens in a month's time, with a C course followed by a C++ course in the first week we're running, and a MySQL course followed by a Python course in the second week. And rather than the gentle opening we ex ....

857 - Strikingly busy
How do we manage this? We introduce something new and we're rushed off our feet - not that I'm complaining in the slightest! And so it is with our Hotel. Although we're not open until next month, we've got every room pencilled in already for one of the courses that month, and also for Geekmas as ....

856 - The train returns for a few weeks
From 26th August until yesterday morning, the Melksham train service was again replaced by a bus. The first train back was the 05:52 to Swindon and I found myself on that service ... with 18 people on from Melksham to Chippenham, and no less than 42 from there to Swindon. Yes, I had raised a gro ....

855 - Fitting our bathrooms
It's a day to show you what's going on behind the scenes at Well House Manor - there are so many things to consider when refitting a hotel and thank goodness for modern electronic devices to help us. Picture 1 of a series of 5. Choosing where to place the towel rack for spare towels in bathroom 1. ....

854 - Morgans Hill
Friday evening, and a walk on the downs. We came across these two, supping on a nice juicy meal of cowpat that really was still as moist as when it was dropped; ah, the wonders of what once can do with a digital camera! Morgan's Hill, at the edge of the Downs on the Devizes to Calne road has bee ....

853 - To list a directory under httpd on a web server, or not?
One of the choices a web server administrator has to make when he configures a web server is what to do with directories in which his content suppliers do not put a home page. Does he want to provide an error response (such as a "404" or "403" page), or does he wish to provide a directory listing? ....

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