Monthly Archives: October 2006

Curry is good for you

It’s official – eating curry might help arthritis. (I may be paraphrasing, but probably no worse than the BBC reporters are.) Apparently it’s the turmeric that really does it. Dr Janet Funk and her colleagues believe their findings also suggest … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Programmes | Click | Designing a more accessible web

This article on the BBC site purports to be about how to create accessible websites, but reading between the lines I get the feeling there’s a press release from the company that built J K Rowling’s site behind it. It … Continue reading

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Coincidences

Have you noticed how sometimes lot of the same type of thing? Peter Kay said “Some days you see lots of people on crutches.”, which I’ve noticed too. Well, recently: I’ve met lots of people called either Jeff, Jason or … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 25th October is BACK.

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 18th October is FIRE.

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Friends of the Orient – east London business networking

My web development company Exponetic have just designed and built the new website for Friends of the Orient, a business networking club in east London. The site lists the businesses that are part of the club, which is based around … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for 11th October 2006 is London.

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Why VB.Net is bad

If a language is going to be loosely typed, then that’s fine as long as you know how to use it. If it’s going to be strongly typed that’s even better. So in JavaScript: var i=1; var j=”1″; if(i==j)alert(“Loose typing … Continue reading

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Kinetica, Kinetic Arts Museum, Spitalfields

I had an invite to the opening of Kinetica, a new Kinetic arts museum in Spitalfields the other night. By it’s own description, “Kinetica is the UK’s first museum of kinetic art”, and who am I to doubt it? It’s … Continue reading

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Leyton Orient 0-0 Chesterfield

A goalless draw against Chesterfield isn’t too bad a result for Orient, considering the recent form of letting in three goals a game. A clean sheet is a good starting point as the defence seem to have been very weak … Continue reading

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