Two weeks ago TimBL gave a public lecture, organized by the Oxford Internet Institute. We were fortunate enough to get on the list so we went along. Continue reading WebCast – TimBL in Ox – Future of the Web
Last year, I created a parody “Tesco Value Special Occasion Card“; stuck it up on the web and thought nothing more about it; making it freely available in several formats so that people without black belt computer skills could download it, alter it a bit if necessary and then print it out. Continue reading Tesco Cards on Ebay
I’ve mentioned previously about how the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM) may be leaving us clues about His impending manifestation on Earth. I think I just spotted another, and it’s rather significant. Continue reading FSM Leaves Clue on London Underground
Penyrheol Comprehensive School (where I used to do an evening football class, and a team which our school rugby team played against regularly) has been razed to the ground by fire. Continue reading Penyrheol School Gutted by Fire
SchrÃ¶dinger’s cat, bless it’s little white paws, had a pretty tough time of it; what with being locked in an imaginary box, and having to share that space with only a decaying radioactive isotope. At the end of the experiment, when the box is opened and the cat is observed, it’s probability wave collapses into either a live cat or a dead cat. It’s not exactly an easy life (or death). Continue reading SchrÃ¶dinger's Preening Booth
The rise in referral traffic from Google seems to have stabilized, so I’ve re-run the analysis from last week and updated the big daddy status list to reflect the current status of the various datacentres; two of which appear to have switched over to BigDaddy during the last week. Curiously (or not, depending on how conspiratorial you want to be) the logs show not one single referral from any of the machines in the IP range of each datacentre, yet.