Monthly Archives: April 2006
When Netscape was, by and large, eviscerated by Microsoft using Internet Explorer and thoroughly underhanded anticompetitive tactics, and they released the Mozilla project as some last great hope for peace and decent software, they probably had no idea that IE … Continue reading
The miserable behaviour of Theodore Feder reminded me of one of my experiences this weekend. Aside from him possibly having no legal justification for banning Google from creating works of art in a kind of sort of style a bit … Continue reading
This weekend K. and I (plus a storage box hin of someone else’s belongings, then zurück of K’s) made our longest car journey so far: from Witney to Cardiff and back. We decided to use entirely A roads or smaller, … Continue reading
My most recent optician’s bill had a small deduction, on account of some NHS voucher that the computer system invoked without any explanation. As usual I can’t tell whether it’s because my poor eyesight—diopters 8 and 10, with some cylindricality … Continue reading
For those that missed it, or foolishly haven’t even subscribed to the Reverb newsletter, Ed Lark interviewed Ian Dury years ago. Well, in a manner of speaking.