Archive: July 2003

Okay, details for the BlogMeet then: At 2pm on Saturday 26th August July, Aquarion will go from Great Portland Street station to the trees by the bridge on York Bridge in Regents Park, London. There he will sit, picnic, and…

Today I: Studied the product desc. for the new job. Fun. Disected code from various CMSs to see how things worked. Told the jobcentre where they can put there little yellow pieces of paper. Had a small conversation with my…

About a month ago, I concieved a Project. Basically, it was when ESR shifted the focus of the Jargon File by changing the “J Random Hacker” entry to more reflect his own beliefs. My plan to combat this was –…

My first day at the new job was fun, I got keys, a desk (I have drawers!!!) and a computer. We had a long discussion on the Feng Shui of the office, and the effects on said life force of…

Okay, so in the confusion of yesterday, I forgot to mention something. As of yesterday morning, the entire gkhs.net network went AWOL because for some reason neither of the people who have the domain got any emails reminding us that…

So, on the first of this month I signed on to the Dol^HJobcentre. Later that same day LoneCat pointed me at a job which had fallen into her inbox, and at 16:00 on 1st July, I applied for it. The…

Chatrooms are evil So I’ve created my own. Those who know of the mystical powers of IRC can connect to spark.gkhs.net spirit.gkhs.net (port 6667) and join #aquarionics or #blogite (#blogite is supposed to be a more techy-type channel). Those who…

So, at some point someone is going to have to explain what Digitiser was, and they can’t, because it doesn’t fit into words. Any fool can describe it as “The Teletext Games Pages”, but it sort of evolved from that…

All I wanted was a background, in Windows, that updated every 10 minutes. Does that seem too much to ask? Apparently it was, and this is how I had to do it without resorting to external software. Ready? I have…

Hot topic within the geekoblogsphere this month is – in reverse order – the WOX project and WinerWatch. I’m going to ignore WinerWatch (which is password protected now). The WAX project – also known as “PIE” or “nECHO”, but I…