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833 - Old Wardour Castle
OK ... so I've been playing with Photoshop with these pictures, taken yesterday at Old Wardour Castle, right down in the bottom left corner of Wiltshire.     There are more - not so processed - pictures here ....

832 - Displaying data at 5 items per line on a web page
If you want to display a list of items in (say) 5 columns on a web page, use a table. A loop in PHP will let you generate all the table cells very easily, then add in a little extra code to deal with:   a) The very first cell (you need to open table and row)   b) Every fifth cell (you need ....

831 - Comparison of Object Oriented Philosophy - Python, Java, C++, Perl
There are two different philosophies that have been adopted by the authors of Object Oriented languages. The first approach is to set the thing up in such a way that a programmer who uses someone else's code as the basis for his isn't going to be trusted to use that other person's code in a sensib ....

830 - Butterflies in a Wiltshire garden
Painted Lady Seen, sometimes in abundance, in all parts of the British Isles, it is really a native of North Africa where it breeds in such extreme numbers that emigration is a necessity. Thistles are the principle food plant, but it's often seen on other plants such as Burdock, Mallow and Nettle. ....

829 - Where to go within 30 minutes of Melksham
I often thought of writing a book "within about an hour", describing some of the places to go and see within about an hour of where I live - indeed, that's much of the inspiration for the data on our share pages system which starts you at Melksham Truth be known - it doesn't need to be "within an h ....

828 - Freedom of speech and freedom to post
I'm a great one for 'freedom of speech'. In other words, I'm very happy to say that in the generality of things, people should be allowed to think whatever they like, and express those views even if they're at variance with most other people. But you'll notice that I have pulled back from giving b ....

827 - No news is good news with Unix and Linux
No news is good news ... so says Linux and Unix. All processes return a status code, and you can expect that to be: 0 - success 1 - failure 2 - abject failure So, for example, the grep utility returns a status as follows: 0 - found what you were looking for! ....

826 - Fighting illegal net use by imposing download limits
I was away in Cambridge last night ... and St Neots tonight. On line via a hotel's wireless connection, and limited to 150 Mbytes of traffic for my session. I've always felt that these hotel limits are agressively low - if I need to grab (say) a fresh download of J2EE, I'll have used up most of my ....

825 - Pictures of the Vale of Pewsey
The Alton Barnes White Horse is cut into the hillside above the Vale of Pewsey, where the main railway and the Kennet and Avon Canal share the valley up to Savernake - a remote spot where they pass over the watershed into the valley of a tributary of the River Thames. Although we live only 10 mile ....

824 - Pictures of Avebury, Longleat and Dyrham
It's summer in Wiltshire, and in spite of being rushed off our feet with training (open source stuff), training (trying to save the local train service), and refurbishing a B&B into a hotel, we've both had a few chances to get out and take some pictures. This morning, I've spend a few minute ....

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