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You Got Here How??

It occurs to me that I haven’t done a navel gazing post in ages. Which means we are long overdue one and, because it’s both my site and my rules, you have to sit through another one. Lucky you. So, how people got here. Filthy minded people are still my primary resource. Welcome perverts and [...]

Tower of Babble

Nope, not a Bible post this time (and anyway, I did the Tower of Babel already), just a  short note to you all to say that I have added a Google Translate widget to the top of the left sidebar. Since I have little more than a passing familiarity with European languages and practically none [...]

So You Want to Start an Online Community…

Image via Wikipedia This is going to be a very non-specific post.  A thread I have been posting in over on LinuxQuestions.org has made me think – and you know what happens when I start thinking?  That’s right, I get sleepy.  And then I get writing.  This being the internet and bandwidth and server space [...]

Dropping Out of the New Interest Based AdSense

Having read a couple of posts from bloggers who, I believe, know what they are talking about, I am opting out of the new Google AdSense advertising. The new ad system will give you, the reader, ads beased on where you go from here.  So if you read mainly technical posts across the web, you’ll [...]

What Does Lijit Do? (and why is it over there?)

While doing my daily read through Atheist Revolution (read it, lots of things to think about), I spotted vjack’s post about Lijit.  “Oh ho”, thought I, “that looks interesting”.  So I popped over to the site, signed up, grabbed the plugin, installed the widget and removed my normal search bar.  See how much work I [...]

Google Chrome for Linux

I have seen a variety of stories around the web extolling the virtues of the new browser from Google: Google Chrome.  At the moment, it is still a beta available only for Windows and Mac, but it seems to be an, erm, internet browser I suppose. To be perfectly honest and frank, I find it [...]