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610 - Need a hankie
I was walking round a branch of Sainsbury's I didn't know yesterday and looking for paper hankies. Where did I eventually find them? Under "Seasonal Goods". Hmm - obvious once you know. ....

609 - Been on a course, but still not got it?
Attending a course is one thing, but usefully applying what you learnt can be another if the course just taught you the mechanism. And whoever's course you attend, you need to practise afterwards, and have some way you can get back and ask questions. There's a follow-up responsibility on both the ....

608 - Don't expose your regular expressions
If you're writing an application, it's generally NOT a good idea to take a user input and slap it straight in to a regular expression for matching - quite simply because it's improbable that your user will be familiar with regular expressions and he / she will get all sorts of strange results if she ....

607 - On being British
My Grandmother never passed a driving test, yet she drove a car. My Mum drove a car and although she passed her test on an automatic, she was qualified to drive with gears too. I didn't have to take a theory test, but still I'm fully qualified to drive. My daughter had to pass theory and practica ....

606 - Train service from December
Really one for our other (save the train) web site ... but the draft timetable for Melksham from December 2006 has been published. As widely predicted, cut to two trains a day. Sadly, little notice has been taken of the requests for a slightly later arrival in Swindon in the morning of the commute ....

605 - Design your day with a walk
Walking to work does wonders for your efficiency. So I was told by a chap I trained last week, and he's right. One of the things I miss by working from home is a stretch of time in which to think about what I'm going to do, or what I have done. Design MATTERS ... as we say on the Perl course ... a ....

604 - Perl - multiprocess applications
There are times that you'll be writing an application that you want to go off and perform task "x" and AT THE SAME TIME have it perform task "y", co-ordinating task "y" with task "x". Threading (NOT the subject covered here) is one possible approach. And another possible approach is forking. How d ....

603 - PHP - setting sort order with an associative array
I was updating one of our web site scripts a few hours back, and I wanted to sort the rows of an HTML table generated by the PHP from a directory listing. Problem was that I was making the table up using concatanation (.=) operators in a single string. First solution - put all the table rows int ....

602 - MP face to face
On Friday, I met Dr Andrew Murrison MP in his constituency office in Trowbridge, to fill him in on potential flaws in some "footfall" statistics on threatened train services such as the "TransWilts" and the Bristol to Waterloo which provides the only direct trains to London from 3 of the towns in hi ....

601 - A fond memory of Sir Freddie
A tribute - and a thank you - to Freddie Laker who passed away on Thursday at the age of 83. After the headline-grabbing, innovative-ahead-of-its-time, operation of Sky Train that failed because it was also vested-interest-annoying, Sir Freddie set up another much less know operation based in Free ....

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