Tuesday 10 July 2018
Comments Off on Look at Me!
A gleaning from my RSS feed reading today was a webdev tool called the Pingdom Website Speed Test, mentioned on Thomas LaRock‘s blog. You enter a website and a test location and the service reports on how long the page … Continue reading
Saturday 7 July 2018
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The problem with changing the login password on your computer is that it takes a while to not key in the old one when you first sit down. Even a longer password is largely typed on automatic on systems that … Continue reading
Monday 2 July 2018
Comments Off on Feeling the Heat?
I wonder if my broadband router has been feeling the heat? It refused to let me connect when I got in from work, with either the password I expected or the default password. Yes, I did turn it off and … Continue reading
Thursday 14 June 2018
Comments Off on A break from the pictures
I’m still doing my daily paintings but I’m having a problem logging onto Flickr at the moment – possibly more of a problem with OpenDNS rather than Flickr itself. However, I’ve got other things to do that troubleshoot it, particularly … Continue reading
Wednesday 9 May 2018
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My angling career never got beyond splashing ineffectually after minnows with a net and then reading a couple of books on the subject and avidly browsing rods and reels in mail order catalogues. Therefore, I don’t write as an expert … Continue reading
Wednesday 18 April 2018
Comments Off on All is discovered. Flee.
There is a story that a famous author once sent a telegram to a number of prominent people in his town with the message ‘All is discovered. Flee.’ and that a number of them did just that. It may have … Continue reading
Saturday 31 March 2018
Comments Off on Back From the Dead
The reason yesterday’s post in the Art category was unillustrated was that my laptop was in a worrying state that could have been death so I composed and posted from my iPad instead – a brilliant, handy device but, IMHO, … Continue reading