For long enough I have been toying with re-creating the entire Parlington history site using different technology from that which the current site is running under. I have looked at a number of different ways of doing it, Modx, WordPress, a straight php swap over the existing technology, or an update using the latest version of Lasso.… Read the full article
The following YouTube video about the sinister machinations of the global political elite, or more P.C. the world’s governments, to restrict the Internet is worth watching. Keep an eye out for the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT), it’s being organized by a government-controlled UN agency called the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).… Read the full article
Quick test to see how easy it is to write post on an iPad! Simple, I really like the keyboard, much easier and quicker than an iPhone. I also note that if you type iPad, it automatically inserts the correct capitalisation. All done in a matter of seconds.
Sent from my iPad!
I have 958 photographs (as of todays date) on Flickr and I also have 2,381 views. But on looking at my pages I note that the stats are wildly adrift, on one page alone of pictures of the cellar at Parlington for example I have over 3,000 views! So what’s going on is this something to do with the sad situation of Yahoo… can’t they find the right people anymore to do justice to the sites they operate.… Read the full article
The end of the
Reality Distortion Field!
That’s what they used to say about your vision, you got the last laugh… arguably the most innovative company ever! and now possibly the world’s largest, some achievement Steve!
At some point during the evening of Monday 29th or the early hours of Tuesday 30th, this blog went awol! We are now back up and running with an older version of WordPress, apologies for any inconvenience.
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Those who know me will have no doubt that I am upset by the resignation of Steve Jobs… heck I’ve been using Apple products since the beginning of the nineties! I bought my first Apple machine in Hong Kong and remember looking at the “Next Cube” at an exhibition as an alternative and wondered whether it represented a better bet, but I stuck with my purchase of the PowerBook 140, I’ve never wavered since, despite some tricky times before Steve Jobs returned in 1997.… Read the full article