Monthly Archives: May 2007

Leyton Orient have no players

Goalkeeper Glyn Garner, defender Adam Tann, midfielders Craig Easton and Luke Guttridge, and striker Gary Alexander were given the chance to extend their spells at Brisbane Road, but they have opted to seek fresh challenges and will join John Mackie, … Continue reading

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Champions League football headlines

In anticipation of various possible outcomes in the Champions League final tonight between Liverpool and AC Milan, I thought I’d make some possible headline predictions dependant on the on-pitch action: It’s all gone Kaka Liverpool win 3-1 after a Kaka … Continue reading

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Ninja cow

Who would have believed a cow could deal a flying kick so well:

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Eurovision 2007

The Eurovision Song Contest 2007 is over and despite a low turnout (at our place, of course, not in total as apparently over 10 million people watched it in the UK) it was still quite excellent. The quality of the … Continue reading

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Events and postback with dynamic ASP.Net user controls

I’ve been trying to build an editable organisation chart for an intranet project and have built up a structure of nested dynamic user controls. This was all working well for displaying the information but wasn’t working so well for posting … Continue reading

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Firefox failing file:// link protocol

Something I didn’t know (before now) is that Firefox won’t let you use the file:/// protocol link from within a web (i.e. http) environment. Or rather, anything linked to with file:/// won’t open. There is a local machine fix detailed … Continue reading

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 9th May, which is the last weekend of the Premiership is SPEAKER. Good progress for me this week with 39 points taking me to within 13 points of the Superleague leader. It’s going … Continue reading

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