Monthly Archives: November 2011

Current UK Economics

My 2 pence worth on the whole subject is that: if you buy the assertion that austerity is required, (for example, to maintain the rate at which the government can currently borrow to service it’s debts), the issue is not that public … Continue reading

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Strikes and Economics

Yes, it’s time for another rant about BBC reporting. The specific incident is a BBC reporter at an out of school club, reporting on the fact that some parents are having to spend money, to have their children looked after, … Continue reading

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Scoring and Reviews

Since I occasionally do reviews here, I thought I better explain my scoring. First off, I don’t claim to be that special, so any score is just a measure of how the artefact affected me. I also don’t like scoring … Continue reading

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Microsoft and Google

Good greif, either I have missed something obvious, or I have just experienced the cheapest piece of market manipulation EVAR. I have a new VM of Windows server I use for development, and I decided to set Google to my … Continue reading

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Sourcetree and Gitolite

Just a less than obvious (to me) feature of sourcetree. If you are cloning a remote git repository, you need to tab out of the Source path/ URL field to activate the clone button. The url will be validated at … Continue reading

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What a Git

I’ve been using git for version control for a while now, and I have to say that I am quite happy with it. But… With the Apple developer program you get a licence for the server version os OS X. … Continue reading

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