GreatNews: The Intelligent RSS Reader Seems like a good one, I’m gonna give it a try.. It can be integrated into Firefox Live Bookmarks too
Monthly Archives: September 2005
Gill and myself went to Clare to visit my Dad for the weekend. My Mum (aka Mette) and my brother Peter cam down too. I had a super time, just like when I was a kid and I used to go down there. Fishing, Walking, Swimming, Boating… all sorts, super stuff. There is a new […]
Last week my self and Gill jetted off (in Astra extrrodinaire) to bonny scotland for a long weekend of camping. We drove up on wednesday night and stayed in a travel lodge. On the thursday we drove up to Glencoe , an absolutely beautiful loch (salt water). We stayed there for a few days, walking, […]
As some of you might have seen I alot of my links have been coming straight from http://www.digg.com, and excellent linkroll type site. Always has some super links. If you haven’t checked it out yet, DO.
Apple (UK and Ireland) – iPod nano Take everything you love about iPod and shrink it. Now shrink it again. With 2GB (500 songs) and 4GB (1,000 songs) models starting at £139 (UK) or €209 (Ireland) including VAT, the pencil-thin iPod nano packs the entire iPod experience into an impossibly small design. So small, it […]
Why Python? | Linux Journal Why Python? I’m still trying to figure out the answer (a proper one, not just.. ‘cos it’s cool) to this question so hopefull ythis article will help.
CSS From the Ground Up – 1 If you are frightened by the prospects of using Cascading Style Sheets, there’s no need to be If you like many others don’t have a clue where to start to learn CSS, this might be a good place to start.
Cheat Sheet Roundup – Over 30 Cheatsheets for developers Cheat Sheet Roundup – Over 30 Cheatsheets for developers No matter how good we all think we are at remembering shit… a cheat sheet can be a god send….. they’re quicker than google you know