According to this article on wired, Buena Vista will be introducing a disposable DVD which will rust within 2 days of being removed from it’s packaging, making it unplayable. The idea is that they can then “rent” the film out from retail outlets without having to arrange for it to be returned.
Great, abundant Disney coasters for all.
i’ve been looking for a code editor for linux which is similar to homesite and edit plus and have found the bluefish code editor. It looks good, but haven’t downloaded it yet – waiting for that elusive paid linux project.
If you have a site which does not load at all in netscape 4.x, here are two table related errors I have experienced which may cause this:-
1. missing closing tags for nested tables
2. too many nested tables
An article on the register about googles plans to treat blogs seperately to “authoritative” web content, as blogs dominate rankings and make it hard for people to find “real” information.
Sounds like a good idea to me, especially considering the uninformed waffle that gets indexed on this site…
read on a bristol noo-meeja list today:-
The beauty of blogs is that they allow anyone to publish anything they want.
The horror of blogs is that they allow anyone to publish anything they want.
Personally, I find blogs without a consistent theme unreadable. In most cases it’s like reading a William Burroughs novel without his special brand of wit and insight.
The pickone photogallery at surfstation.lu is now automated.
I was about to dig out my best photo and submit it, but then I realised that I probably haven’t taken it yet.
just realised that the navigation doesn’t work if you follow the above link – you will need to go through the front door and pick no.8 from the pull down menu.
interesting article on the BBC site about spam, which is apparently 25 years old this weekend (spam, not the article).
an article explaing how to consume an rss feed using ASP.net
This is the website of a very good friend of mine from home Mark Russell, AKA Mr Doo. He’s now lives in Malvern, UK with girlfriend Anna and son Orion and makes a living as a Juggler, clown and stilt walker, travelling as far as the middle east to perform and run circus skills workshops. Contact him here if you want to hire him.
He also works as part of a duo called Phillippe-Philloppe, who specialise in shows, walkabout and workshops involving club passing, fire juggling, stilt walking, magic and clowning.
Last time I saw mark we bumped into each other by chance while in a traffic Jam on the M5 somewhere around worcester.
We used to skate and BMX together. He was always better than me.