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We had an epic front-end pow-wow today. With plenty of Beerleft Goldenrods on hand we ploughed through discussing current client work and then turned to our guests. Today we were joined by Tracy Osborn, who told us all about her lovely new self-published book, Hello Web App. Then we got a demo from our friends at the confusingly named Ind.ie—no relation to the indie web—who gave us a demo of what they’ve been working on. We gave our feedback, including a heartfelt plea to dial down the rhetoric in their public pronouncements.

Then we went to the beach.

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Previously on this day

12 years ago I wrote Making contact

Deathwatch for the password anti-pattern.

13 years ago I wrote Copenhagen

Reboot 9.0 is Soylent Green.

14 years ago I wrote Random

Yeah, right.

14 years ago I wrote Reboot

Reboot is over. It was fun.

15 years ago I wrote Feline frustrations

I upgraded to Tiger a little while back. Frankly, I’m a little underwhelmed.

17 years ago I wrote Wireless Wonderland

Well, my stint as compère at Silicon Beach is over.

17 years ago I wrote Cute

I was just emailing with Dave Phelan about tonight’s Silicon Beach event. I told him I’d probably be able to recognise him from his webcam pic and asked him to give me a wave.

17 years ago I wrote Silicon Beach

Apparently, I’m going to be the compère for tonight’s Silicon Beach event at the Sumo Bar on Middle Street.

17 years ago I wrote Hercubush

Satire: Keeness and severity of remark; caustic exposure to reprobation; trenchant wit; sarcasm.

17 years ago I wrote Ah, Venice

Richard’s pictures of Venice are giving me really itchy feet.

18 years ago I wrote What's on in Brighton

If anybody in Brighton is looking for a good evening’s entertainment tonight, head on over to the Hanbury Ballroom.