Monthly Archives: June 2005

London Underground song

So true… if you have to travel on the London Underground and haven’t heard it then you have to listen: London Underground. Advertisements

Posted in Funny | 1 Comment

Warming to PartyPoker.com

Writing Trying out PartyPoker.com I wasn’t too happy with the interface and a few other things about the way the game plays there A day or two later writing In defence of PartyPoker.com I felt a bit better towards it. … Continue reading

Posted in Poker | Leave a comment

In defence of PartyPoker.com

Yesterday I tried out Party Poker, and honestly didn’t take to it as much as I have Pacific Poker. (My initial experiences are here.) Playing for longer last night I did notice some improvements, though. (Note that my experiences may … Continue reading

Posted in Poker | Leave a comment

Trying out PartyPoker.com

I’ve been playing on Pacific Poker for a while now but, spurred on by a visit to the Poker Den today I thought I might see about trying to win myself entry to that. It looks a slightly bizarre tournament, … Continue reading

Posted in Poker | Leave a comment

Good players get more bad beats at the poker table

As I’ve become better at playing Texas Hold ’em, I’ve become increasingly aware of bad beats as they happen to me in tournaments. Occasionally you get someone at a table complaining about a bad beat, and sometimes it isn’t even … Continue reading

Posted in Poker | Leave a comment

PHP 5 Static class variable inheritence

PHP 5 doesn’t seem to attempt to implement any kind of inheritance for properties within static classes. This can be mean having to duplicate code within static subclasses. As an example, we would like to have a parent class (this … Continue reading

Posted in PHP, Programming | Leave a comment

Technical solutions to web site visitor tracking

There are two main ways that the problem of identifying an individual when they visit a web site. This is assuming they are not willing to put their hand up and identify themselves by logging in. That may not always … Continue reading

Posted in Programming | Leave a comment