So we’re finally starting to see some sanity in the great “music biz vs. the rest of the world” conflict.
Archive: April, 2003
I’ve updated the "About" section of this site to include a new page about this site and how it was made.
Oh, dear. Brighton doesn’t fare too well in one man’s mission to rate the beaches of the world:
This site has been getting mentioned in some good company lately.
The Designer is a very pretty looking site that publishes a PDF design magazine.
I’ve been laid up with a nasty cold since yesterday, probably due to the schizophrenic moodswings in the weather lately.
All software development should be this efficient and transparent:
I’ve cobbled together a little WAP version of this journal.
I was bemused to see that an e-book version of Down And Out In the Magic Kingdom for Microsoft Reader is available for purchase at Amazon.
This site, along with that of fellow Brightonian Richard Rutter, gets namechecked during an excellent interview with CSS guru, Eric Meyer:
I had the opportunity yesterday to dine in a very swanky restaurant in the heart of London overlooking Hyde Park.
It was a gorgeously hot sunny day today.
There’s a new Public Beta of Safari available for download.
I’m the luckiest geek alive.
There’s a reason for this post’s unusual headline: I’m doing some small scale googlebombing.
Now I know I’m living in the future.
A spectacular car chase, bullet time, people flying through the air…
"Men, we have got to find Saddam Hussein."
I finally succumbed and got myself a mobile ‘phone.
Bleeding ears, stiff upper lip… it must be John Simpson:
I have my new iBook. More importantly, I have extra RAM and an airport card for my new iBook.
Forget Russian Ark; here’s a really impressive one-shot movie.
From the department of redundancy department:
Following Ben and Meg’s lead, I’ve added the nifty IndyJunior Flash app to my "About" section.