There’s really no excuse to be wasting energy nowadays. Microsoft, of all people, have a quick and handy guide to things you can do to reduce your company’s carbon footprint and electric bill at the same time. Go to it. Copied from the article which is roughly here.
Private Sub btnSomething_Click(ByVal sender as Object, ByVal e as System.Eventargs) handles btnSomething.Click btnSomething.PerformClick() End Sub I’m thinking that’s not the correct implementation of a recursive function 😉
I have just found out that a paper I submitted for publication in Computers & Geosciences has informally been accepted (whatever that means). The paper describes a geostatistical optimisation technique using anisotropy ratios for predicting directional variation in remotely sensed imagery. Watch this space for the formal acceptance!
I think I might be overcomplicating my PhD thesis. A section of Chapter 4 goes as deep as 188.8.131.52.2.2.
I’m going to try and round a few things up here, seeing as I’ve been too busy in the last little while to post here. News stuff I haven’t mentioned the bombings. And I don’t intend to, other than to say that a) I don’t agree nor condone them, b) […]
I’ve always kind of known it, but last night frankly confirmed it. There are a lot of fucking idiots out there in the world. Alright, not exactly ground breaking news. But after what I saw last night, you’ll maybe think again. It was a busy night at work, but it […]
I work in a nightclub which traditionally does not get a lot of trouble. We only tend to get trouble when the “wrong” sort of people are out. When I say wrong, I won’t mince words. I mean the townies, the pikies, the chavs, the wankers. We don’t tend to […]