Monthly Archives: September 2007

Excellent comparison of 3 phones I’m trying to decide on…….!

Stephen Fry » Blog Archive » Device and Desires Thanks to Raj for pointing me to Stephen Fry’s blog. He’s written a great article on 3 phones I’m looking into getting. Well, trying to decide which to get. I’ve already … Continue reading

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How to merge surveys with phpESP

While struggling with phpmyadmin to merge a few surveys I’d created with phpESP, i noticed that a grep for MERGE in the source code came up with lots of functions. Cool so I tried: http://HOSTNAME/phpESP/admin/manage.php?where=merge It works! A dead easy … Continue reading

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ModBlog – Betrayal

ModBlog – Betrayal – Body modification and ritual blog sponsored by BMEzine.com Modblog, along with his non-bodmod related blog Zentastic are blogs written by Shannon Larratt. His posts vary from baring his soul, to humourous, to a bit “hide your … Continue reading

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Bad Science » Ben Goldacre is a medical doctor

Spotted on Mel’s blog, a pretty interesting blog about the quality of science reporting in general media. Bad Science I like this blog.

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Apple Store in Cambridge

Cambridge Grand Arcade | Confirmed Retailers So in truth despite hating most malls, and preferring smaller, more interesting shops, I am quite pleased that Apple will have a store in the new Cambridge Mall. Obviously the novelty will wear off … Continue reading

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Sometimes the simplest solution is the easiest

I had a long NA sequence in the middle of a much larger text file. Unfortunately this sequence had been corrupted and had a non-sequence character in it. The textfile was not in a regular sequence file format, and I … Continue reading

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