Category: internet

So I recieved an interesting piece of spam today: Interesting, because it uses Wikipedia as a reference point. My first thought was that they had edited the Wikipedia page on their particular field to recommend their own product, which would…

“All those icons” says Dave , “Where will it end?” He then goes on to describe a system that is as overcomplicated as it is reliant on his own OPML spec. Jeremy thinks the answer lies in the browser, but…

Yeah, you wait a week for an entry and then two come along at once I also bought Half-Life 2, because there never existed a universe where I didn’t. The game is amazing, captivating, well constructed, well plotted and has…

I’m assuming everyone who wants a gmail invite has one by now, but in case not, I have a couple spare. Any takers? All Gone

Google have just released into beta testing the new ‘Personalize’ interface. From mucking around with it this evening, I have to say that it rocks, but most of the time when I’m using Google, it’s though the Search box in…

So, one of my major projects at the moment is to rearrange my online existance away from Aquarionics. Aquarionics remains as it is, mostly, but all the extra things (Like PFd4, ForEver and the forthcoming projects codenamed Touchstone, Threadnaut, and…

gilmae alerted me to the fact that someone is creating an RSS 2 extension called Event Share Framework or ESF. This could be interesting. I’ve just sent them this email: I’ve just discovered your site, You should probably be aware…

Google fascinates me. Somehow, despite gamers over the globe whining about how someone should patch Broken Sword 3, the top match for “Broken Sword 3 patch” is my review of it. Google UK lists my Driving Test article as number…

Given this URL: http://www.aquarionics.com/gallery/Gid_[and]_Suzi’s_New_Year_2003 IE does the following: http://www.aquarionics.com/gallery/Gid_%5Band%5D_Suzi/’s_New_Year_2003 Now, I realise the escaping error in the generated URL was my own stupid fault, but the fact that IE automatically reverses any backslashes in a URL – to retain compatibility…