Karova night out last night… feeling a little delicate at the moment. One thing I do remember from the night is that Llandudno’s idea of club music is about 10 years behind… still I gave my danicing shoes a good workout.
Monthly Archives: July 2005
Myself and Gill went to Devon last week. We drove down on the thursday night and stayed in a travel inn. The motorways are very efficient here and we made it down really quickly. On Firday morning we flew down to Dawlish. We set up camp (super new 4 man tent) and then explored Devon […]
Fog Creek Copilot – Home The Fog Creek CopilotSM service allows people to help their friends, relatives, and customers fix their computer problems by connecting to their computers via the Internet. Joel Spolskys new project.. looks good and very simple to use
Google Moon – Lunar Landing Sites Yup they’ve mapped the moon too
Google Sightseeing Google Sightseeing is brought to you by Alex, James & Olly who take you to the best tourist spots in the world via satellite images from Google Maps & Google Earth.
A proof of concept XHTML outputting demo is now live @ http://rss2wml.com/demo/. BBC news and philroche.net are featured.
Steve Minutillo :: messy-78 » PHP, XML, and Character Encodings: a tale of sadness, rage, and (data-)loss PHP, XML, and Character Encodings: a tale of sadness, rage, and (data-)loss
My heart goes out to all those involved or affected by todays attrocities.
I’ve been passed a meme by Joshuaink. Picture’s of my office today You can see all the images @ http://www.philroche.net/wp-images/folder/theoffice An arty photo of my workspace (as arty as I get anyway) 20.1″ Dell LCD …. drrrroooooollll. Ebay ROCKS!!! My old PC brought back to life in the form of a file and web server. […]
Mobile GMaps – Google Maps on your mobile phone! Mobile GMaps is a free piece of software that displays Google Maps and Keyhole satellite imagery on Java J2ME-enabled mobile phones or other devices.