Wednesday, December 06, 2006

F is for Frappr

Frapper maps look like and do this:

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

J is for Jet

Not sure how long I can continue this little conceit of mine, but J is indeed for Jet, the Aussie band with a hint of the Beatles. Would you say a crunchier, louder Beatles derivative sound?

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Thursday, October 19, 2006

I is for me

There is no I in TEAM. I am here for myself. I am me. You can tell I have nothing to say, can't you?

Monday, October 02, 2006

H is for Haruspices

Haruspices - you know, the ancient form of divination trusted by the Etruscans and refined by the Romans. The Babylonians were also into it. In its essence we are looking at the duck's guts - or a chicken's, or whatever animal conveniently comes to hand. It's messier than tarot cards and you can fall fowl (hehe) of the animal protection authorities. It was however a much respected practice and worth a read.

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Monday, September 18, 2006

F is for....

Thursday, September 07, 2006

G is for Geekcode

Robert Hayden's valuable Geekcode is here, waiting for you.

E is for edit later

Because I can, I will edit this later. It seems like cheating but it is simply modern life. For example my 7 year old daughter talks of "saving" stuff whether in a computer or a non-computer context. As in 'I'll save this now and retrieve it later'. It doesn't matter what it is, it can be "saved" for later editing. She also memorises long URLs that matter to her, but that's another story.

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