If like me you use SPAMassassin as one of your filters to block SPAM, a friendly reminder: don’t forget to check your spam box! For whatever reason, I configured it to filter all likely SPAM emails to a folder (rather than simply deleting them), and then somewhat cunningly, totally forgot […]
By far the most popular area of this site (and has been for some time) are the walkthroughs to the da Vinci Code. I get literally some hits on them every day. And as a result it seems I managed to sell a few copies of the book via Amazon.com […]
It sucks bum. It really does. Two things. I wanted to blog the results of “The Comedians’ Comedian” i.e. the 100 comedians that make other comedians laugh. Was quite a good watch the other night on telly. 1) The C4 website doesn’t have it anywhere on the site. 2) The […]
In a similar vain to the post about Firefox previously, I just got this error when trying to install SP2 on my XP Home installation. So, me trying to install a Windows package onto my Windows XP install is illegal because my Windows XP install isn’t made by Windows. Interesting.
I’ve just spent the last 30 minutes or so looking through the WordPress Wiki for a plugin that’d let me differentiate bits of posts that I’m quoting from others. It was only when I really couldn’t find anything that I thought I’d double check the post entry form and realised […]
I’m know I’m not the only one to raise issue with the fact that Internet Explorer is a terrible browser. It’s an often and well lamented fact that it flat-out sucks. Lack of standards support, too much propietary add-on nonsense and being much too open to security holes. My beef […]
This reminds me of the time I went to WindowsUpdate to install some updates, and Internet Explorer told me it couldn’t install the software cos the Microsoft plugin wasn’t signed by Microsoft. Good huh? :-p (note: This is actually quite normal behaviour. I had to tell Firefox to allow downloads. […]