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655 - Can some food be TOO different?
Do you like what's sometimes described as "ethnic food"? Or do you think you like such food, but what you're eating is really so Europeanised that it bears little resemblance to the food that's really eaten in the country that's said to be the source? I can recall the joy with which "Mrs Happy Val ....

654 - Making use of disabled facilities
I've been training in the City (of London) today - so central that I was just a few yards from the base of The Monument to the great fire of 1666. For such venues, I don't even attempt to get my clients to provide a parking space; usually they have none available and it becomes a nightmare to unloa ....

653 - Easy feed!
Want to provide sites that work close along side you with a feed of your blog? In recent versions of PHP, you can include a remote file from their server in your page. Here's a little example that's on our site - we're pulling down a piece of PHP via a URL. Want the latest news from Well House Co ....

652 - Morning Post
Have you noticed how I usually post "The Horse's Mouth" in the morning, whereas the most natural time of day for a diary - surely is the evening, logging an event or events of the day? I rise early and that gives me an excellent few hours of fresh, concentration time to go through a whole series of ....

651 - Please Register with Opentalk - but just once!
Our Opentalk forum provides a great place where newcomers to Perl and PHP, Python and MySQL can ask questions that they can't find answer to in the books they have, or where they can discuss which of two ways of tacking a problem would be best. I encourage past course delegates to sign up (it's free ....

650 - A person of few words
6U, 40 degrees C That was a typical answer from John, who provided my "third level" technical support a few years back when I looked after the RasterFlex family of Graphic boards for Sun Workstations. The answer told me all I needed to know (but nothing else!) and would have left my European custo ....

649 - Denial of Service ''attack''
We've had 45000 page requests in the last week from the University of Illinois - 17000 of which were within a period of a few hours yesterday. Not bad going? Had we been recommended to the whole University as a site worth seeing? Alas, no; all the requests were coming from a single host computer ....

648 - West Wilts Railway Users Group and trains to Lacock
Some of the telephone enquiries we get these days are more than interesting - Lisa took a call the other day looking for a Mr [name deleted] who's name appears within some test data on our web site; it appears that the gent who phoned was owed quite a bit of money by the person named in our data. A ....

647 - Checking for MySQL errors
It's worrying when a web site that's been rock solid starts giving intermittent problems - and even more worrying when those intermittent problems just fade away and you're left unsure as to what was the cause of them. I'm afraid I'm the sort who wonders if and when the issue will return. And so i ....

646 - PHP - London course, Melksham Course, Evening course
An answer to an enquirer ... I'm posting a part of this here as it compares and contrasts some of the options available if you want to learn PHP. """There's a variety of PHP course available, as you say ... and not everyone needs a course; some people do very well self-taught or from books. I did ....

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