Category: 2004

Traditions are fun. Every two years for the past ten I’ve run though Robert Hayden’s Geek Code test (which hasn’t changed in that time). The rules are simple: I run it without looking at previous years tests. That’s it. I…

Okay, scary “How long?!” thing coming up. Today, following a tradition I started in 1998 with my first web page, I updated my Geek Code You can see it, as well as the other updates down the years here Watch…

It’s half past ten. The Christmas dinner was a qualified success (A couple of things were a little overdone) and my new breadmaker is quietly cooling in the background. The Christmas pudding was set alight, and was gorgeous. I have…

Where are you? Busy. As the previous diary entries have mentioned in passing, I’m spending five hours each weekday commuting from Letchworth to Bedford and back. Since this starts at 6am and ends at 8pm, I have about two hours…

Anti-valentines Alternate & Anti-Valentines On a less Valentiney note: New house

It seems like only yesterday I was 22. Oh, yes. Of course. Being 23 is very much like being 22 so far, only with more cookies and less pasta. And, of course, the startling knowledge that I am now offically…

The Time: 18:30pm GMT. The Date: Monday, January 26th The Place: The Green Man, Euston Road, London, England. (More info here) The Reason: Guess The Invite: If you can read this, you’re invited. leave a comment here if you wish…

Some time in the future, when I’m rich, famous and living in a huge mansion house somewhere, I shall declare January null and void. I shall, on returning from whatever New Years party I go to, retreat into a room…

I’ve been doing Aquarionics for four years. This is the fifth year of me doing Aquarionics. I registered Aquarionics.com on the 27th of December 1999 in the final act of a dying century, and uploaded Aquarionics.com version 1 to an…