Just got my copy of Ben Hammersley’s Content Syndication with RSS. Haven’t looked at it in any detail yet but from the brief glance I’ve had, it seems really good. He seems really… er… diplomatic about the whole Dave Winer RSS 1.0/2.0 “issue”.
From the “sad geeks who should get out more” department. The BBC are reporting that geeks have produced a set of patches for the game Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball. These patches take the (already scantily clad) women from the game and show them completely naked. Unsurprisingly, this hasn’t gone down well with the… Continue reading Nude Volleyball
I’ve ranted before about shops who try to sell widescreen TVs by displaying 4:3 images stretched across a 16:9 screen. This has the effect that a large percentage of the population seem to think that widescreen TV is supposed to make people look fatter. Things may finally be changing tho’. Currently the Dixons store at… Continue reading Dixonsvision
Whilst browsing some old entries on Ask’s blog I found an entry pointing out a very appropriate Doonesbury cartoon. (Actually, I’m just trying out Movable Type’s trackback functionality)
Answers to those kinds of important questions from Googlism. Who is Dave Cross? Who is davorg?
It’s scary that in the 21st century we still need documents like this. But we do. So everyone should read it. HOWTO Encourage Women in Linux
Just upgraded the site to run on Moveable Type 2.5. It looks very nice :)
Hey, look at this. I can pre-date entries. I won’t actually be able to post a message on this date as I’ll be flying to San Diego to attend the Open Source Convention.
I use Galeon as my web browser of choice. It’s a Gnome browser based on the same software as Mozilla. Generally it’s a really nice browser, but there’s one thing that I seem to have broken. At some point in the past I configured it to not allow popup windows. That’s generally a good idea,… Continue reading Broken Browser