Monthly Archives: July 2006

WSG London #1

The first London meeting of the Web Standards Group took place last night in North London, and was well very well attended with 190 people turning up to hear speakers Andy Budd on Who Cares About Standards? and Christian Heilmann … Continue reading

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Going Solo

Several friends are currently in the process of throwing in the towel with corporate life and starting their own business or freelancing, and I’ve come across several useful articles recently which are relevent to the subject. Here are a few: … Continue reading

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Man Versus Machine

I hope I didn’t come across as arrogant in yesterday’s post about how much difference a good piece of equipment can make. That wasn’t my intention. But further reflection set me thinking that, in these days where consumers expect instant … Continue reading

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Geek Dinner

Last night’s Geek Dinner was interesting, with a huge attendance of around 80 people. We started off in the back room of The Bottlescrue pub near Holborn, but there were soon so many of us we all decamped to the … Continue reading

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Thick Squared

Following on from my post on RugbyMad about how thick can you get (travel agents’ feedback from customers), I see The Register is running a poll for readers to decide who handled the most stupid help-desk call. There are some … Continue reading

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