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Perception of Value

Not too long ago I wrote a review about Feedlounge. Kyle came back and voiced his opinion about the price of the service, which to be fair was the only downside I could actually think of for the actual application myself.

I remember feeling the same way when the Mint price package was first released. […]

firefly Season 2

Not really what I was hoping to hear, but the Firefly Season 2 news that has been making the rounds, doesn’t seem to be anything but a lot of hot air and one fan’s dream. It’s nice that he likes it so much and stranger things have happened but I doubt we’re likely to see […]

Four things

Darice has been kind enough to tag me into this meme, so here’s something you might not have known about my stoopid ass.

Lulu Shipping

I said I wasn’t going to talk about the book itself until I had a url, but after tonight I’m pretty sure that ANYONE living outside the US will definitely not be interested in that URL even if I did give it to them. The reason is very simple, the shipping costs basically kill any […]

Broken Kode | Season One - The Cover

This is the last time I talk about the book until I post the link(s) where it can be bought from. I’ll be writing some stuff about my Lulu experience when I finally get the book and hopefully provide some helpful insight and tips for people crazy enough to undertake a project such as this. […]

Kobe Bryant

Had an intersting conversation with Hamish today regarding Kobe Bryant scoring 81 points in a single game. See that’s pretty insane. If your entire team scores less than 40 points and you alone score 81 points, there’s something seriously wrong with this picture. Either you’re a complete BALL-HOG or the alternative is your teammates suck […]

Broken Kode | Season One - The Archives

Michael god bless him has been trying very hard for years now to develop ideas (he’s really good at ideas, which is an unbelievable quality); his ideas (and he’s said this on several occasions) is to try and push people to go to his archives. He’s helped with developing the livesearch, or at least brought […]

Broken Kode | Season One - The pitch

Well I guess it’s time to start breaking out the champagne as I’ve got a load of posts to start writing. Part of the reason I’ve been so quiet over on BK is simply because I’ve actually dedicated every conceivable waking hour over completing Broken Kode | Season One. What’s that you ask? Well I […]

Broken Kode Logo

When I’m not talking much on the Kode, it usually means I’m up to something. This has been a pretty long weekend for me. I didn’t go to work on Friday because I was pretty determind to finish off several of my projects. You’d be amazed at the amount of progress someone can get done […]

ZenPhoto 1.0 Beta

Thought it was important to point out to everyone that the latest version of Zenphoto is out. It’s been a long time coming but I for one am glad that Tristan has found someone to help him out with this little application. So hat’s off to Tristan and Todd (you greek buddy?), they’ve done well. […]

Feedlounge Review

I talked about Feedlounge a while ago. It was announced earlier this week that the application would be moving away from it’s Beta stage into a public release sometime next week. So I thought it’s might prudent that I give everyone a bit of a proper review for this little online application.

2 Years Anniversary

Today effectively marks 2 years of blogging. It’s soo strange but I remember the day I decided to start blogging like it was yesterday. I’d actually heard of blogging before that, in early 2003, however for the life of me I couldn’t see the appeal for myself or for the general public. I was as […]

Back Online

Back online which is very very cool indeed. I swear not having an internet connection at home was a lot harder than I thought. If I didn’t have this many commitments for January 2006 you’d have thought that I could live without the noise for a week or so.

Sadly I honestly can’t do that. […]

No Net

Got back home yesterday to England and I’ve got no net at home. Therefore until this gets sorted out at home I’m effectively without my eyes and ears. The good thing I guess is that I’ll get some of these projects done and dusted without ANY distraction whatso-ever. The net is a double edged sword […]

PHP Designer 2006

Perfect start to 2006, the super talented Michael Pham ofMPSoftware releases the new version of PHP Designer 2006. This is my preferred editor of choice, even though 2005 had loads of little bugs it was still great. A full review of this is forthcoming.

January Schedule

One idea I’m going to try and do this year (and who knows if I’ll actually continue with it, but it seems like a good idea now) is to write down what I want to accomplish by the end of this month. Baby steps, month by month.

RWebsDesigns Code cleanup
I’ve got to clean up the code […]