19 April 2012
Motivated by a number of reasons, I’ve begun to move everything from my old VPS to what has been my development server until recently. It’s been a complete digital spring-clean of all the old sites I used to maintain and hopefully the result should be an improvement. Here’s a list of the main changes:
8 September 2010
Just recovered, so thought I’d post some ramblings for this year. Various high points were: Colin; gin jam; Jacob and Alf shopping for nothing but sweets; the wind and its army of shopping bags; back on form with brie and crackers; staying at the main stage missing plenty of good bands; acting like we were 16 again; when gazebos attack; a night of rum leading to much destruction; that man’s dressed all in red; wrestling ring during Limp Bizkit; breaking glasses again; general debauchery and merriment. Roll on next year!
8 November 2009
I’ve seen a few nice-looking representations of clocks around, but when I saw Gumuz’s word clock I though I could make some improvements to it. Here’s a couple of the changes:
23 October 2009
MooTools More implements a getFromPath method in Hash.Extras, but doesn’t provide a corresponding setter. Here’s an implementation:
16 September 2009
Today, after reading over 3000 posts on FML over the the past 6 months, I realised that MLIA is actually more enjoyable than schadenfreude. MLIG is too boring, though. MLIA
27 May 2009
Here’s a nifty function to put spaces in your CamelCased words:
18 May 2009
…that is the question. The answer? FF.
10 April 2009
This is why we need Grammar Nazis:
30 March 2009
That Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw is a goon; that his early stuff is, if anything, funnier than his paid stuff for The Escapist; that I there will always be something on the Internet that I haven’t seen, and that someone will think I have been living under a rock to have missed it.
17 February 2009
Here’s a useful bit of Firefox hackery for you all. It puts a checkerboard (or chequerboard, for you elitists) image as the background for your transparent images. It works for any image when viewed directly in Firefox, by checking for a HTML page containing a single img tag. If you reproduce this structure manually, then you’ll see the checkerboard, but there’s very little chance that a legitimate HTML page would match these selectors. It works by adding some content to your userContent.css: