Month: March 2008

  • B0rken eBay Express

    I was just poking around eBay earlier and I came across mention of “eBayExpress” and thought it’ll be interesting to sign up. So I tried to – but hit a load of debug information. Interesting stuff: eBay Express appears to run in PHP (as can be confirmed in the URL), but it runs on Microsoft […]

  • Techy: New Free Monitoring System

    Beebware (the company I operate in my spare time) is slowly ramping up with a number of new services – and the first one is the Beebware Internet Monitoring system at http://monitor.beebware-internet.co.uk/ and to help promote the “soft launch” of the service (before the main Beebware Internet site is up and running) we’re giving away […]

  • Signs of the Times

    Via Softlayer’s private forums from Tris at Seeksadmin.com: Sign over a Gynecologist’s Office: “Dr. Jones, at your cervix.” In a Podiatrist’s office: “Time wounds all heels.” On a Septic Tank Truck: Yesterday’s Meals on Wheels At a Proctologist’s door: “To expedite your visit, please back in.” On a Plumber’s truck: “We repair what your husband […]

  • Fun: Simon’s Cat

    Via Les, we’ve just been having a good laugh at Simon’s Cat – well worth a watch and makes you think “Wait – are you sure that isn’t our cat?” 😀

  • Avoid US Domain Registrars – A Response

    My darling other half has just made another interesting blog post – this time about avoiding US domain registrars due to eNom (the second largest domain name registrar according to Webhosting.info) disabling domain names belonging to a British National (based in Spain) selling holidays/vacations in Cuba to European citizens (Nytimes article). Sounds good in theory […]