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554 - What backup is adequate?
I've been ski-ing for the last 5 days. Or rather - trying too. On one day, the slopes were completely closed and on the other days there has only been limited opening - of the 30 lifts perhaps 10 have been running on average, and this is peak season. Yesterday, we went to the Gondola Station here i ....

553 - Keep that image small
Remember to keep image sizes down on websites. I know this is a reminder that has been around since the days that we referred to a 56k modem as a fast connection, but it does still matter. People still access your web site through a modem and if you've a busy website, you'll still have an excess ....

552 - Keeping Customers Informed
I would rather fly with Virgin Atlantic than with British Airways, and I would rather ski at Mammoth than at Heavenly. That's not necessarily because Virgin have better timekeeping (we were mighty delayed last week, for example), nor that skiing is better at Mammoth than at Heavenly. It all comes d ....

550 - 2006 - Making business a pleasure
"Making Business a Pleasure" - a spoken logo for Well House Consultants for 2006. Whether you're attending a course, staying as a guest at Well House Manor, working for us, or simply visiting our web site, we want you to enjoy the experience. We don't know exactly what 2006 will bring, but we ha ....

549 - 2005 - Come as a student, leave as a friend
"Come as a student, leave as a friend". You'll find this writ on the Well House Consultants mugs that you drink your tea or coffee from, and elsewhere - our "spoken logo" as I read in a book the other day. One of the most noticeable personal changes in the past year or so has been the our coming o ....

548 - San Francisco
Classic Holiday Snaps ... we're moving on from San Francisco; an interesting place to visit but I can't say I've left my heart here. It's cosmopolitan, it's fun, there's plenty to see and do but being asked for a dollar on every street corner soon tires. Not saying homesick, but it sure makes me ....

547 - Taking the dog for a walk
I noticed it first at San Francisco airport, while waiting for the last member of our party to join us. A very VERY posh young lady walking around, also on the "meet and greet" run. And in her arms, this little dog carried as, it seemed, a fashion accessory. Looking around here, this business of "t ....

546 - The relevance of the hairy woodpecker
We're into the forefront of technology ... and also into niche training. So how does that relate to this picture of the hairy woodpecker? It's an inhabitant of a niche environment in the Big Basin park (near where we're holidaying), and it's specialised and does well in that niche. I felt there wa ....

545 - Is training seasonal?
I just wrote in an email enquiry about a course about "The first Apcahe http and Tomcat course of next season. Is our training really seasonal? For us - involved in training primarily in the UK in Open Source languages and other technologies - it is, slightly seasonal but we're fortunate that the ....

544 - Repeating tasks with crontab
Some things happen every day - or twice a day, or weekly ... in the background behind our web site - things like the rotation of log files, generation of reports and copying the Opentalk Forum into archives. We don't trigger these things manually! On Unix and Linux systems, your crontab lets you se ....

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