Monthly Archives: December 2006

Lies, Damned Lies, And Statistics

No matter who coined the phrase, it has often been used to cite the inaccuracy of some conclusions which can be drawn from analysing statistics. I’m usually pretty wary of them myself, but sometimes your server stats are your best … Continue reading

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Pub Standards Party

As if last Saturday’s BBC Backstage Xmas party wasn’t enough, a group of hardy drinkers gathered last night for the Pub Standards Christmas party. Much beer was consumed. It was Norm!‘s birthday, and he’d very kindly paid for food to … Continue reading

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A Quick Roundup

Screen Reader Demo I’ve been very poor at keeping up with my blogging of late. I meant to post a few days ago after attending an excellent Screen Reader demo at Test Partners. Steve Green led the session, and John … Continue reading

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Cowboys (Me) And Indians (That'll be Apache)

I’m A PHP Newbie For some weeks, I’ve been meaning to try my hand at some PHP development, having done most of my projects to date with .NET. I bought the excellent book Blog Design Solutions in September, and have … Continue reading

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