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  1. One thing and another and another and another......

    by , 19th October 2008 at 12:48 PM
    They say thing come in 3s but at the moment its not stopping. After a hard week of updating joomla package and testing it I recived some emails asking me to pay to install the package that sysman created and I updated and wanted £500 to do it. As well as that got a couple of other emails telling me that I can use there package for comurtial gain and I needed to remove them I know feel like crap. Ok so thats that sorted next to relax at home with laptop (brand new) and oh dear what a bugger the harddrive ...
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  2. back up and running

    by , 7th October 2008 at 08:43 PM
    I have been feeling better and am getting back to my old self as far as possable. I hope to have new joomla package posted soon and have some nice new packages. Also looking into a joomla moodle so they are one to go alongeside the edugeek moodle package. I have just got to talk to the project manage but I wonder how much time it will take.

    Updated 7th October 2008 at 08:47 PM by alonebfg

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  3. live from SFL

    by , 24th September 2008 at 01:29 PM
    At the SLF (BETT for scotland) and thought I would post if there is anything imteresting (which I doubt). It's so much smaller then BETT and appears to be more teacher focused then technical but it's early yet.
  4. 2009: Apple unveil iPod Grain

    by , 10th September 2008 at 11:37 AM
    At an exclusive product unveiling today (just 3 months since the last iPod hit the shelves), Steve Jobs of Apple announced they have developed and are about to release the smallest iPod to date. The iPod Grain, as the name implies, is about the size of a grain of sand. The new addition to the music player line-up from the Jesus Phone maker comes with a non-expandable 1TB of flash memory for all your songs.

    Speaking of songs, the Grain exclusively plays formats in Apple's proprietary ...

    Updated 10th September 2008 at 12:23 PM by webman

  5. Fed Up Hurting and annoyed

    by , 31st August 2008 at 06:41 PM
    Ok nearly time to go back and I am fed up spent most of my time at doctors hospital and in bed. I hate feeling ill but hay back to work soon that should take my mind off things. Looks like I could have a couple more opps on knees but its if i want to take a risk. feel like i should put it to a vote on the fourms that would be fun. So why did you pt for the operation doc says I reply because edugeek said i should lmfao. Well lets hope that it gets better of if not better no worse.
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  6. Back To School

    by , 29th August 2008 at 09:55 AM
    Unfortunatly I go back to school next week, do I want to go back? NO! Sure if I never went back I wouldn't see my friends but I haven't actually missed any of this holiday.
  7. Rain rain rain rain rain....

    by , 18th August 2008 at 03:40 PM
    Sigh. When will it stop?

    I know being near the coast in Welsh Wales doesn't help, but all it does is rain! I think we've had about 4 good weekends this year.

    Note for next year: if it's a good Easter, blow all my leave then - 'cos summer's likely to be cack.
  8. The Diary of a Boring Git

    by , 15th August 2008 at 08:28 AM
    I do have a blog out in the wild, but thought I'd post here.

    Just a quick intro.

    I don't currently work in IT, but hopefully that's going to change.

    Just completed a 3 month assignment as an Office Admin.

    Many moons ago I did do part time IT support, however not on a formal help desk, so not really had any exposure to Active Directory and bashing users over the head with a keyboard because they've forgotten their passwords. Only joking, ...
  9. Richard Dawkins: Darwinism C4

    by , 12th August 2008 at 12:11 AM
    The pedigree is stunning, but Dawkins exhibits an intelligence below average in his reasoning.

    When face to face with the leader of the church he has just spent 5 minutes describing as blocking the display of 3 million year old bones, the leader clearly states that his only problem with the exhibition is it's portrayal of the artifact in a biased way towards evolution theory. Even with the benefit of editorial after sight it seems Dawkins isn't very wise.

    In conclusion ...

    Updated 12th August 2008 at 12:14 AM by mark

  10. Mikes First Day

    by , 7th August 2008 at 01:07 PM
    So, as some of you may or may not know, I recently gave up the glamourous world of educational IT to go and work for a real company, with real computers for real money and everything.

    Shaun (ZeroHour to you) suggested itíd be a cool idea for me to blog about my experiences, and being the slacker I am, Iíve only just got round to it.

    So, here it is, Mikeís glorious adventures in business, and joining the rest of the happy smiley commuters on the short trip up to London. ...