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October 2006 Monthly Archives

Time gentlemen please?!

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Time. Our lives run by it and we can’t get away from it. We have chopped time up and named the slices from a billionth of a second to pauses that last billions of years. We can accurately measure one rotation of the earth, and the journey of the earth around the sun to a […]

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More meat for the meat eaters?

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Being our anniversary I decided to take my fiance to the local vegetarian restaurant which, unfortunately, started out as complete shambles. Having booked the table previously – and only just being able to book it – I expected to be seated in a crowded restaurant. I didn’t expect to be seated at a back of […]

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Abysmal Software

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I write this at work, while I am supposed to be working. However I can’t because the server that houses SourceSafe has crashed (again). I’m always amazed that the software that we earn our lively hoods on is so bad and that we put up with it. I used to work at a company that […]

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My love affair is over…

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My romantic bliss with Java is just about over – at least for the web. I wanted to make a web-based game that ran in the browser. I had several ideas about the game and about the site itself, based on my experience with similar ideas and seeing where they went wrong. As a Java […]

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I’ve passed…in theory

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I passed my driving theory and hazard perception earlier this morning despite today being Friday 13th and I used computer number 13 for my test. For the multiple choice section I got 33/35 (30 needed to pass) and for the Hazard Perception I managed to get 50/75 (44 needed to pass). Ironically this is the […]

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