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I've always been a little intrigued by awkward algorithms and conversions - such as Orndance Survery grid references to Latitude and Longitude (see here
) and when Easter will fall (see here
) for some earlier comments - but little did I think when I posted about Ken Palm and his Domain Name Sampling scheme where he's trying to sell something he borrow for free for hundreds of pounds (see here
) the other day that I would get an email from someone with a similar - or (let's be fair) far deeper interest in the date of Easter. Yet I shouldn't be surprised - for when I posted up about the Domain Name Registry of America
in the past, I've received a number of responses from a number of people who strike me as honest and hard working who have either been taken in or - in the case of the Gentleman of Easter - have also smelled a rat.
Oh - the "Date of Easter" page is to be found at www.dateofeaster.net/
and thanks to the alert provided by Ken Palm, also at www.dateofeaster.com
. David Harper (David's home page
) writes "Ironically, I ought to thank Ken for alerting me to the fact that the domain was finally available. Maybe I should send a postcard to his Colorado mailing address, which appears to be the local UPS store ..."; (written 2008-08-28, updated 2008-09-04)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesZ211 - Easter 
Shopkeepers take an Easter break too - (2012-04-07) 
Are there newspapers on New Years Day? Do the shops open on Easter Sunday? Do trains run at Christmas? - (2011-01-01) 
Mothers Day or Mothering Sunday? - (2009-10-19) 
Easter Sunday at 404, The Spa - (2008-03-24) 
Dates for Easter - 2008 to 2015 - (2007-08-19) 
Easter at Well House Consultants - (2005-03-26)
Some other Articles
Injection Attacks - avoiding them in your PHPPointing all the web pages in a directory at a databaseThe Rise and Rise of First Bus FaresDoes fruit and veg drag on?EasterholicWhat is my real and my effective ID? [Linux]The Longest Possible DayKen Palm, iTime, and Domain Name TastingMore HowTo diagrams - MySQL, Tomcat and Java3 hours from Milton Keynes
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