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We’ve Been Getting Online

By Tim Fuell - October 22, 2010

After celebrating the harvest and just before we start gearing up for the goodwill of Christmas it’s about the right time to be thinking of helping others. The government-backed Get Online Week has had...

Get Online Week is coming

By Tim Fuell - October 15, 2010

The fact that you are reading this means that you are already on line, but we hope this blog will inspire you into helping others as we gear up for Get Online Week that begins...

English Language Day

By Tim Fuell - October 13, 2010

You may have seen stories last week about National Poetry Day but were you aware this was just one event in a week long celebration of the English language? As part of the...

Arrrrrr! – Friday fun

By Tim Fuell - September 17, 2010

Fifteen years ago Americans John Baur and Mark Summers were playing racquetball – similar to Squash – and for some reason began issuing their usual playful banter in pirate speak. They can’t...

Internet reaches new location

By Tim Fuell - June 18, 2010

After taking on the mighty Brazillians in their opening World Cup group game, the North Korean side have another difficult encounter today in their second group game. The North Korean side are...

Free MySQL Talk in Leeds, Tonight

By Simon - May 11, 2009

Somewhat to my surprise, I find I’m giving a free talk on MySQL quirks in Leeds this evening — I’d been expecting to attend talks on Raid and Cacti, but the speaker...

Free Perl Conference in London

By Simon - November 19, 2008

Not wanting Perl developers to feel left out after the PHP conference in Manchester we mentioned recently, there’s a grassroots Perl conference in London the week afterwards, on Saturday November 29th. Perl has...

Nominet registrar conference wrap-up

By John - November 19, 2008

We’ve just come to the end of the final session at today’s Nominet registrar conference. All-in-all, it’s been an interesting day. The most noteworthy session was probably David Hendon’s keynote (covered in...