can swear far more vigorously and effectively than any human...
Using a time delay Future Me
lets you send an e-mail to yourself in the future. Useful for reminding yourself about birthdays and special events or longer term you can remind your older-self what a little minx they were in their youth using the full 25 year time delay.
A couple of links from my browsings this week while trying to find something to listen to rather than the same CDs for the millionth time. Despite using Winamp
for ages I didn't realise it did radio so the list of top stations
was an eye opener and I particularly liked the pop top 40 over at radiostorm
This page is best viewed using Nedscape 1.0 or lower...
Enlightenment on one of the great mysteries of computing. Homer thanks you Compaq [via zFilter
Historic tale construction set.
Baby Christina wants a warm bottle: if you don't want me to scream \ and you don't want me to fight \ better make me a warm bottle...
. An incredibly stupid yet compulsive use of flash animation [ at michels site
I've just been working on a project which used a MS Access database to control web content (which I do on this site as well). Not my system architecture of choice - I really don't like Access - but it got the job done and at minimal cost.
Anyway seemingly one of the hardest things in Access is finding a list of all the system functions that are available - for reasons that escape me it's nigh on impossible to find them in MS Access' help even if it does have a cute little puppy trying to help me (I killed clippy). So although it's very simple this list of MS Access functions I found on-line was a real life saver. Sometimes simple is best.
Spooky interactive flash powered photo gallery of a South West London cemetery.
Techie item of the moment for me is the G5
. It might have been a long time since I used a Mac but this sort of kit really makes me want to get back into it. Special respect though to this cluster of 1100 G5s