I was just MSN’ed by an old friend who’s in the UK working and needed a hand with a SQL query. Isn’t technology wonderful? Who would have thought that I’d be problem solving, real time, across timezones and continents. Anyway I managed to help him with his query (more about that later), and then we […]
Well… not quite so fun, because the “hotspots” you have to click on are sometimes really tiny… but check out this game (or download the SWF file here – its a bit easier to hit the hotspots when the SWF plays in a bigger frame), original blog entry I saw is here, follow up post here, […]
Another reason that VB is for the weak… Check out this article. (I found it via Geoff Snowman’s blog)
John (Charlie‘s brother) just sent me this link. You enter words and have them sung back to you… very very funny.
Here’s a story on how pig fat can save lives in israel… from the BBC…Thanks to will who showed me a discussion about the story on PenguinMagic.
Check this out… Nasa did experiments “in part to develop the ability to rapidly deploy large liquid drops by rupturing an enclosing membrane”. They have cool video’s of it… I got to it via BoingBoing.
Yesterday I wasted time at work trying to install a product. I installed over the old version (took about 40 minutes), but then found conflicts, so I uninstalled both versions (about 30 minutes each), then I re-installed the new version (40 minutes again). Only, I then realised that it had left a whole bunch of […]
Every now and again I’ve followed links from Will Wheaton’s hillarious blog (more commonly known for the role he played as “Wesley Crusher” in STNG) to Fark. Generally they’re links like this, where Fark users use photoshop to play around with images. In the previous link they’re ripping off the various Google holiday logos.Today I subscribed to […]
I’ve posted last night’s home cell teaching up here. Check out Charlie’s blog about it.