It’s been a while, but through the joys of the WordPress app I can now blog on the move. Could this be a blogging renaissance? We shall see…
Another one to file under “weird shit behaviour”. Tonight, my Macbook Pro (a late 2006 model, but now running Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.1) decided that it didn’t want to connect to the house Wifi network. What transpired to fix it was a lot of mucking about with the Airport config on the machine… Read the rest of this entry »
In response to scattered requests and talk of follow up #twisto meetings after the fun we had at Glastonbury 2009 and after a bit of unilateral planning and pseudo dictatorship, I am activating Project TwistoTuesday (#twistotuesday).
It’s all over. Home again and the come down begins. Lots of great things running in my head which need to be written down so I don’t forget them. There’s more to add and probably load’s I’ve forgotten (especially on the thanks front) and I’ll update this as time progresses, so you might want to check back soon but I needed to make a start!
So, with no further ado and in no particular order (because they’re just going to fall out of my head and I can’t be arsed to sort it all out right now):
You can see what I’ve posted on my embedded blip page – just click the blip.fm link in the main site navigation above!
If you’re going to Glasto this year, stop by and say hello (either here, on Twitter, or at the festival: hopefully I’ll be pitched in or near Michaels Mead again – look out for the orange streamer flag).
Only two months to go… woo hoo!!
You know, it’s great living in a place where the outdoors looks like this:
Hmmm… after the last post the right-hand side bar “moved” to the bottom of the page. Some kind of CSS schenanigans afoot I think…
UPDATE: Hmmm… obviously some weird character got stuck in the last post. Re-editing it by hand (good old HTML!) solved the problem. Strange…
My latest iPhone app find is Tioti TV+ by Vizimo Ltd. Not only does it provide TV listings and Sky+ remote record but it also links direct to the BBC iPlayer (well, at least for BBC channels obviously!) so you can catch up on “missed” episodes easily, which is very handy as I often find myself catching up on missed TV when away from home. This feature has helped it earn a place on my iPhone apps list.
Ok, that was weird. Our slave DNS name server stopped updating from our master. After a quick bit of diagnostics even using dig to manually try a transfer – an AXFR in dns-speak – didn’t work, it just stalled with a timeout. Normal DNS resolution on both servers was fine. We’re running BIND 9.3.4-P1 on Linux (CentOS 5.2 x64 to be exact).