Archive: March 2002

gilmae mentioned this in a comment, and I give examples of why I’m stripping things from comments in comments, It Doesn’t Work. So here it is, The Problem With HTML. First, some more basic problems. Aquarionics, being Neat, Cool, and

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So, it’s been a strange week. Well, seven days. I mean, Thursday I went to see a play with my long-standing mate Barry, and my not-quite-so-long-standing Drama Teacher, which was nice. And it spoke in rhyme, and had Martin Clunes

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From an email today: Windows’ Developer (Permanent) Our client, named by a leading national daily broadsheet as ONE OF BRITAIN’S MOST VISIONARY COMPANIES, needs a commercially focused Software Engineer with a difference!!! *snip* you’ll be delivering tomorrow’s applications today, eradicating

So I was given a copy of Flash, Dreamweaver, Director, and all those other things I should not, as a Real Coder, ever use. But I use PHP, I am competant in Visual Basic, and this is being written in

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This is the disclaimer for SimExplorer. I liked it. Here it is: By reading this comment, you agree to sell your first-born to Bil Simser of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Earth and you agree not to quack like a duck while

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Fun bits of life, this may get geeky, so be warned… There are signs that the Aquarionics engine (Currently being renamed, because the current name sucks volcanos though pinholes) was designed by someone who hadn’t done things like it before,

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Okay, the upgrade for Knave is complete, and the nodes section now has a Slashdot/Kuro5hin/Most News sites style summery system (Okay, so it just cuts out after the first 200 chars to the nearest space) on it’s front page. I’ve

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And so I finally got around to booking a driving test. For my 17th birthday, as is now traditional in our family, I was given driving lessons. And for a few months I failed to do anything about this, and

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A report, and diary entry, by Nicholas ‘Aquarion’ Avenell. Moron, of the order of St. Astrid. Well, That sucked. Went to Bath. This sums up, in three words, four hours of travel, decided completely on a whim at 11 O’clock

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(AFP, 2001-09-27) I’ve been wandering along the lines of “Who Is Aquarion” for a few days, and this is how it works: To AFP: My Name Is Aquarion. This accounts for both “If You Meet Me In Real Life” as

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