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Coaching changes likely following Bicknell appointment
With the appointment of Jack Bicknell as the new Claymores head coach it's likely that most of his staff will make the trip north with him and take up coaching positions with the Claymores.
04:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: TouchdownClaymores.com
30 Oct 2003: Vietnam goes Open Source
The Vietnameese government goes Open Source. WOW
04:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Miguel de Icaza
What is Spam?
"The scale and effect suggests that spam is a type of information security problem. It has many properties in common with denial-of-service and network intrusion. Spam is an unauthorized use of resources: bandwidth, storage, processing and people's time." Paul Judge...
03:59:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Blog Spam .ORG
Albright Visit In Oxford Disrupted By Protests
Madeleine Albright, former American Secretary of State, who (amongst many other things) presided over genocidal sanctions in Iraq, had her speaking and booksigning tour disrupted in Oxford by a variety of actions and protests. Pickets, vigils, leaflets, banners, die-ins, debating, heckling, poetry, binbag barricades, sit-downs and cacerolazo (pots + pans) all combined beautifully, causing her to meet huge opposition, especially inside Borders (the bookshop) and be delayed 40-60 min for her talk at the Oxford Union (elitist debating society). [report] | reports with pics: [ 1] | [2] | [Video]
03:55:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: UK Indymedia Features
Things of the Past
I was reading WIRED for the first time in ages the other day, and found myself getting annoyed all over...
03:49:14 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Test
[New Diary] Waffle Journal
The members of the Waffle Community Forum over at All About Symbian have a journal flying round the world, visiting all the members so they can add their thoughts, and pass it on to the next. The Waffle Journal charts its progress....
03:06:08 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Symbian Diaries
Climate, ecology, and stupid urbanization
According to the Mike Davis (author of the book Dead Cities: And Other Tales) climate, ecology, and stupid urbanization have...
02:57:51 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: The Greenpeace weblog
PDC Day 4
Whew - tired from last night's attendee party at Universal Studios. Fun time - got there early and did the rides “downstairs” before it got crowded. Lines for buses to get “home” were hellish. Cut code for work when get back: bedtime = 2 AM Longhorn / Whidbey “Deployment and Publish“ - still can't get this to work. Went to hands on lab and tried to publish and deploy a simple app. Interested in how things work when the network is not available. Simulate this by stopping IIS on the local machine, where I'm serving up the app. Using the “publish“ option in the Whidbey build menu -- set “check for updates at application startup“. When a new version is available on the server, but IIS is down, user gets error -- can't check for updates. Argh !! in this case, shouldn't the client just run the older version from the “cache“?
02:44:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Volleynerd's PDC / TechEd Blog
PDC Bloggers comments on Miguel de Icaza's unofficial Mono talk
I was at the Mono's talk yesterday evening. It looks like not all Bloggers do agree with Miguel de Icaza's repeated criticism against Microsoft yesterday, during this unofficial Mono talk. Miguel detailed several project issues, and some MS and OSS hate/love took place.and alsoThe most impressive thing to me about Miguel was his enthusiasm for the project, unsullied by too much of that really irritating "Microsoft sucks" stuff you see from Open Source guys. Though, the discussions were interresting, and allowed to get the status on the different namespaces in the current implementation, as well as to know more on the team's plans about Avalon, Gtk#, Code Access Security, etc...
02:41:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: CLaueR's Blog
Questione di sopravvivenza
Dal solito, prezioso, insostituibile, sito di Carta vi copioincollo l'intervento del "sup" - Marcos - al "Forum di intellettuali per l'umanità", tenutosi nei giorni 24 e 25 ottobre 2003 al Polyforum Culturale Siqueiros, Città del Messico, e promosso da un gran numero di intellettuali di tutta l'America. È in verità doppio: non solo Marcos, ma anche il cavaliere senza macchia, lo scarabeo Durito, dicono la loro sul neoliberismo, gli Stati nazionali, e così via.
02:37:37 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Tupamaros Online
Frogatt Edge
Yesterday Anne had an appointment at the dentist and it's half term, so I was in charge of the...
01:34:44 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Nature Notes
Premonitions and DejaVu
I think that an odd aspect of this revitalization of my soul and life has been my reconnection with spiritual aspects of my life and being I have found it odd that lately I have experienced a few premonitions that...
01:31:48 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Satan's Luau
TCASU part 1
I am going to scribble down some notes about TCASU before I forget them. It will be a bit disjointed as I fit them in to the breaks in my work day.Since I am still wearing the beard I grew during the con I thought I would wear a suit in to work today. Shame my shirt collar doesn't actually fit round my neck. I need some exercise and fewer cooked breakfasts.Ireland wasn't as cold and damp as we were lead to expect. The day before we landed Dublin airport was closed which was not pleasant for those others cuaght up in it. Why are Dublin flights redirected to Shannon and not Belfast which is nearer?We had trouble getting to Heathrow so remind me to allow more travelling time next time. When we did arrive BMI had decided to put all the queues into one big queue of around fifty people. I looked around for people I knew and yes - there was Sally Rankin, but who was that shaven headed, grey bearded man with her who looked like he was about to conjour up a minor demon to curse BMI to one ...
01:20:54 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Alex McLintock's personal log
Test Driving My Topics Pages
All the articles added to my content management system have been grouped into one or more categories. I haven't exposed the category system in the site interface yet, however here's a taste of what I'm working on. When articles are added to the management system, the relationship between the article and categories is also stored in the database. (click here for a snapshot of the data model). The topic pages the uses the category grouping to find articles, as well as a list of available categories. The data-access layer is used extensively to gather the category/article dataset. The data is rendered using data-bound ASP.NET controls. Reversing the ArticleCategory relationship returns the list of appropriate articles, in addition the list of available categories is gained from following the category-category self-join. Where available categories are members of the "Article Category" group. The category system is also used to group links for consumption in the Blog Roll and Recent ...
01:13:12 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Steve and Lucy's Web Site
Go Here? Go There!
I was stopped in the corridor at work yesterday and told that he had been told I was setting up a 'Go Club'. He was very excited about it. He...
00:29:28 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: the abyss means...
Short-timed times
When I think ahead, to how much work I have to do by Monday and how many commitments I already have on my time, I want to cry. This week...
00:24:56 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: the abyss means...
"Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting ...
("Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing." - John Andrew Holmes[Seb's Open ...)
"Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing." - John Andrew Holmes[Seb's Open Research]
00:24:23 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Micah's Weblog
Folk Etymology
Lazing your way to a bigger vocabulary
00:00:01 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Interesting Thing of the Day
Peter Seewald - WKF Kampfrichter
Im Rahmen der WKF WM der Junioren und Kadetten absolvierte Peter Seewald die Ausbildung zum WKF Kampfrichter und bestand die Prüfung zum "Judge B".
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Österreichischer Karatebund
CBC/Radio-Canada assumes its place among top Canadian employers
CBC/Radio-Canada is pleased to be recognized this year as one of this country's top employers.
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: CBC/Radio-Canada - What's New
CBC/Radio-Canada se classe parmi les meilleurs employeurs au Canada
CBC/Radio-Canada est fière d'avoir été reconnue cette année comme l'un des meilleurs employeurs du pays.
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: CBC/Radio-Canada - Quoi de neuf?
Longhorn Packed with Changes
A drill-down into the themes and technologies on the drawing board for the next version of Microsoft Windows.
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: ENT News | Today's Most Popular Articles
Starting a Business: Advice from the Trenches
Did that last "fire your boss" spam push you over the edge? Do your wish-fulfillment dreams revolve around letterhead, legal entities, and avoiding arrest for tax evasion? If you're crazy enough to start your own business, Kevin Potts wants you to learn from his mistakes.
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: http://www.alistapart.com/
Sliding Doors of CSS, Part II
In Sliding Doors of CSS Part I, Douglas Bowman introduced a new technique for creating visually stunning interface elements with simple, text-based, semantic markup. In Part II, he pushes the technique even further with rollovers, a fix for IE/Win's CSS bugs, and lots more.
00:00:00 October 30, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: http://www.alistapart.com/