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Saturday November 2 2002
CorruptDb's page has software to link up TiVo units and get them to run PHP scripts. If this means nothing to you, you don't need to visit it :>
Posted at 6:19 pm by Jim Woods
Slashdot is one of the older and better tech news sites; loads of nerdy/geeky delights to be found here.
Posted at 5:56 pm by Jim Woods
The Osbournes Resource will give you all the info you need on Ozzy and the family. If you don't currently watch this program, I suggest you take pains to start a.s.a.p. MTV UK also has a good Osbournes site, with a fun game and so on. Very nicely designed. Rock and roll.
Posted at 3:01 pm by Jim Woods
Friday November 1 2002
Amphetadesk, the neat news feed-agglomerator which I was talking about a few days ago, has proved to be a little too crash-prone for my tastes - so it's going to be one to keep an eye on here rather than a feature of daily life. Well, it is only at version 0.93.1. Got an email (with an attached Jpeg) today which reliably crashes Pegasus when I try to open it. Weird - this has never happened before...
Posted at 8:13 pm by Jim Woods
Thursday October 31 2002
Time for an entry
Have a look at this site for the most scientific and in-depth (continuing) investigation into the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.
Posted at 6:13 pm by Jim Woods
Tuesday October 29 2002
The site time and date.com has this rather useful page!
Posted at 2:34 pm by Jim Woods
Here's a good piece of software for news and information junkies. AmphetaDesk is a clever little program which allows you to select from hundreds, thousands even, of news feeds of all kinds and then generates a browser page of links for you with all the latest stuff from those feeds. If you regularly keep an eye on one or more news sites then imagine it as a more convenient way of looking at loads of such sites. It's a data filter.
I'm really keen on clever tools like this which simplify the acquisition and collation of info. Check it out!
Posted at 2:52 am by Jim Woods