Monthly Archives: June 2006

bugs in theage.com.au

(30th June Update – two “Paris the homemaker” article links are back!) For the past couple of months I have been using The Age’s text only page for finding articles. It’s quicker to load and I find it easier to … Continue reading

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Too much hard disk activity?

Yesterday I had a problem with my laptop – I was getting disk activity even when my computer was doing absolutely nothing. The first thing that I thought was that it could be a virus or spyware, so I did … Continue reading

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Javascript Tetris

A few weeks ago I embarked upon a project to write a Tetris clone in Javascript. This was because a friend had written a cool little library which let you communicate between different firefox browsers on the same network. So … Continue reading

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Portability of SQL code

One of my great frustrations in database code (or any code, really), is its unportability. So many times I have heard the following: “Just program it in ANSI SQL and it’ll be fine” Unfortunately it never quite works out. Databases … Continue reading

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