Monthly Archives: February 2007

Paid blogging

I’m due to appear as part of a panel at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation on the topic of “Blogging for profit”. My place there is based more on technical input than blogging knowledge but, as an … Continue reading

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Leyton Orient 3-1 Tranmere Rovers

A little under two weeks since one of Orient’s worst performances ever against Brighton, they looked like a different side in a total mauling of Tranmere Rovers. There were so many goal opportunities that the 3-1 scoreline is actually quite … Continue reading

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Programmers are brain surgeons

Programmers are brain surgeons is a blog post I was sent that looks at how programmers are perceived in the pecking order of job titles. The basis of the argument is that programming in itself should be valued, that programmers … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 21st February is FOCUS.

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Football quotes of the week

These footballing quotes on the BBC site are pretty good. Starting with Arsene Wenger: “When you’re dealing with someone who only has a pair of underpants on, if you take his underpants off, he has nothing left – he’s naked. … Continue reading

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Asadal Korean Restaurant, Holborn

I’m a fan of oriental food generally, so finding something different to the standard Chinese or Thai choices is always welcome. Asadal certainly fits the bill of being different, with food cooked at the table and menu that’s pretty baffling … Continue reading

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Leyton Orient 1-1 Carlisle

Some dogged scrapping brought Orient back from a goal down against fellow promotees Carlisle in a match that was high on excitement if low on quality. The first goal came quickly and the fans were already dreading a thrashing along … Continue reading

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