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818 - Heard, yes. Considered, no. The case for the train.
Last Friday brought the publication of the 'final' timetable for trains through Melksham from December 2006. Regular readers to this column will know that I've been hosting a web site to retain the service at its current level (5 each way daily) or, better, to improve it to 8 a day. But the th ....

817 - Working on Weekend in Wiltshire and others
A refreshing breeze today .. thank goodness that the hot weather has broken a little. I've been coding with windows (HOUSE windows!) wide open, generalising out the wiki code that we've used for a while on the main site and was written as something of an experiment so that it can be much more used f ....

816 - Above the parapit, Well House Manor
I've not been 'going on' about the progress at Well House Manor, as the building projects of others can bore the living daylights out of me if mentioned frequently, and I'm sure that applies to you too. However, I will stick my neck above the parapit on the subject today and tell you it's going wel ....

815 - Time trickles like water through a sieve
"It's been one of those days" says an incoming email, and indeed it has. I'm seated here, approaching 8 O'Clock in the evening, wondering where the day has gone. And yet .. a whiteboard with a "to do" list on it has some re-assuring white patches so I must have achieved something ... even if I sit ....

814 - Melksham Railway Calendar 2007
"Save The Train" - Pictures and captions for the TransWilts Train Calendar, 2007 January / February 2007 "The Train Home". The TransWilts service from Swindon to Salisbury provides a lifeline for towns and villages such as Melksham (pop 24,000), Dilton Marsh, Dean and Dunbridge. March / April 200 ....

813 - Monday Morning at Well House Consultants Melksham
Sometimes, I wonder where my time goes in the morning! I'm writing today's entry just after 9 ... awaiting delegates for this week's Linux course, and I think to myself so what have Lisa and I DONE with the past four hours. It seems to have just trickled away ... and yet. * I've taken a complet ....

812 - Minimal Signage
Anyone who's been to our training centre will know that we believe in minimal signage - not for us a whole raft of don't do this and don't do that posters .... mind you, there are some times that a sign is necessary. Here's a picture taken at Longleat, about 10 miles from us. A loveely afternoon ....

811 - Melksham in Bloom
As part of our growing participation within the local community, we entered the front garden at our training centre into "Melksham in Bloom"... and we've just been notified that our garden has been awarded second place in the "most unusual garden" category and third in the prestigious and hard-foug ....

810 - A bad place for security firms
Tongue in cheek, our local locksmith describes Melksham as one of the worst possible places he could have chosen to set up his security business ... it's such a safe, low crime area that all the clever stuff that might be mandatory elsewhere just isn't needed here. I was chatting with Harry, my son ....

809 - What to do during a Linux build
I remember doing Solaris builds a decade ago ... hanging around for occasional questions or to change the tapes from volume 1 to 2, 2 to 3 .... the bad ole days. These days, the Linux distributions really have it sussed out; most questions are asked early on, then the majority of the build runs f ....

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