Monthly Archives: June 2006

So long, and thanks for all the Guinness

I’m sat in the airport at Dublin waiting for my flight to Norwich, without internet access because eircom’s wireless internet service accepts payments but dishes out incorrect username / password details (as Gianugo also experienced during his nightmare trip home). … Continue reading

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Carsten’s Cocoon talk

Carsten’s Cocoon talk Originally uploaded by savs. Carsten is currently delivering his overview of Apache Cocoon, to a good-sized audience. A quick headcount showed 40+ attendees, which is pretty good!

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Dublin: ApacheCon EU 2006

This week I’m at ApacheCon EU 2006 in Dublin, which as always is an excellent opportunity to catch up with old friends and make new ones. The last couple of days I’ve been attending the Hackathon, where we’ve been working … Continue reading

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Sourcesense update

The new Sourcesense website is now live … it’s just an early draft, but we should be adding more content over the next few weeks and months.

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uh-oh

uh-oh, originally uploaded by savs.

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links for 2006-06-21

Lauri Taimila’s website (tags: apple howto linux macosx osx ubuntu themes)

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Switch?

The ongoing debate over leaving Apple, playing out over on Mark Pilgrim’s blog (Bye, Apple; When the bough breaks; Juggling oranges), Daring Fireball (And Oranges), and Tim Bray’s blog (Time to Switch?) highlights very nicely many of the thoughts I’m … Continue reading

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a bright yellow headrest is my view for the next two hours

a bright yellow headrest is my view for the next two hours, originally uploaded by savs.

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on our way to rome!

on our way to rome!, originally uploaded by savs.

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Viruses and Spam

At the moment about 70% of the email I see in my inbox is either a spam or a virus. That’s after server-side filtering and Thunderbird filtering. Suspicious that the server-side filtering wasn’t working effectively, I checked up on the … Continue reading

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