Blog post from 2005

  • Woohoo, It Works

    I had been wondering the last few days whether the first weblog content management system I wrote, this weblog you're reading now, would work in the new year. But look, the calendar shows January '05 and I test the system earlier and it seems to be w…

  • Accessible Odeon Website

    I heard over to the Odeon website to check some film times. I know that the main site doesn't work in Firefox so I am just about to fire up Internet Explorer until I notice three new buttons on the splash screen homepage. These are: Enter Odeon.co.uk…

  • Big Band Jazz And Swing

    Don't miss this excellent evening of Big Band, Jazz & Swing music from some of the most exciting musicians in the UK. http://www.royal-spa-centre.co.uk/whatson.php I won't miss (hopefully).

  • Tsunami: Before And After

    There are some satellite photos from regions effected by the terrible tsunami that hit just before New Year showing villages and towns before and the horrific devastation after. These images give a new perspective on the disater differing from the lo…

  • Please Buy Me A Sony QRIO

    The Sony QRIO is the best piece of kit I've ever witnessed. It is an extremely clever humanoid robot that can walk, dance, play football and throw a ball amongst a lot of other things. It has stereoscopic vision curtosy of the two cameras in it's hea…

  • Bradford Bloggers

    Lord Rich has collected together posts from bloggers from around Bradford. The idea has come from a suggestion of us Bradford bloggers meeting us. I first got the idea of a meet up from the Brit Pack web standards developers. I passed the idea to Chr…

  • Sift Job Feedback

    I received a reply to a job I applied to last week. I sent off my CV and a covering letter. Then they required a CSS-driven, semantic HTML markup and accessible mockup of an image they provided. I sent mine back finished the day I received it. Here's…

  • Review Of The Year

    Everyone usually does a review of the year but my memory is terrible. However, Neil from Neil's World has found a nice way of presenting what you talked about over the last year on your website. The idea is that you copy the first sentance from the f…

  • IPod World

    I found a funny video short called "iPod World". It shows a world where Apple's iPod style has been used for ordinary, every-day items such as a pedestrian crossing control panel and where you order 'iPod' like you would do cheese and Mini iPods like…