Archive for the 'weblinks' Category


Friday, April 10th, 2009

It’s been a while, a long while. This post is a summary of my professional, spiritual, nutritional and personal life over the last 2 and a bit years. Read the article for the full impact, but if you’re lazy, here’s the short version: Changed jobs, found the Mystery School, I exercise (and kick-ass), I eat better, and I got married!

TECH4FRICA – A web and emerging technology conference for Africa.

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

It’s happening on October 3rd, 4th 2008 in Johannesburg, South Africa. So what’s the big idea? Well we’re convinced that there will be web and technology growth in Africa, so we’re getting together leading, internationally respected speakers and thinkers from the industry to discuss what’s happening and what’s possible, with folks that are on the […]

Stormhoek in a teacup

Thursday, August 17th, 2006

[email protected] tells me that Stormhoek are giving Wine away to bloggers that are willing to blog about it! Well I certainly wouldn’t mind a glass to go with my Macaroni Cheese at lunch BTW: gapingvoid cartoons are being used as wine labels! Who would have thought? Update: Lunch was – the Wine was tasty […]

Firefox 1.5

Sunday, December 4th, 2005

Firefox 1.5 is out. I downloaded it a few days ago, but only got around to installing it tonight. Of all my pluings only CuteMenus and Wayback haven’t been upgraded to work with 1.5 (I managed to find ‘bumped’ versions, so they’re working again). I give the Firefox team a 11 out of 10 for […]

Monday, September 19th, 2005

I just signed up for a account, so if you want to check out what I’m bookmarking head over to my bookmarks, and you’ll be able to see Now if only WordPress auto-posted links in posts to your account from your blog using the categories as the tags…. (leave a comment if you […]


Sunday, July 3rd, 2005

I’ve just been doing some coding for the irc-transport for the xmpppy project (now with vcard/whois and channel listing support!) when I came across Lobby4Linux in a channel topic. I think this guy’s blog is great! In other news Gareth has been working on the G8 REBOOT site. I suggest you swing by and help […]

is it a bird, is it a plane

Saturday, June 4th, 2005

I’ve been experiencing windows with a OSX Tiger theme for the past few weeks, and recently someone asked me where I got the skin. As I was at home I had to do a bit of searching on Google, but in the process I came across the most amazing transformation yet: Engadget has an article […]

browsing by numbers

Saturday, April 23rd, 2005

A bunch of unrelated links (and roughly my browsing history for the last hour): gbpvr wiki jasonf wholinkstome Psi (my instant messenging client – where I’m tempted to use daily CVS builds at home) hal’s blog The Long Tail SubEthaEdit (if only there was a non-Mac version) Rands In Repose (check your NADD score) oh […]

Versioning Controlled Build

Thursday, April 21st, 2005

I foud this gem in the latest code project email. Versioning Controlled Build is a “Visual Studio add-in that automates AssemblyVersion control.” This plugin has already saved me time deploying our latest application, and I can guarantee it will continue to do so!


Tuesday, April 19th, 2005

I don’t normally repost articles, but via I came across AutoStitch. It rocks!