Wednesday, May 27, 2009

"write to: Danny Angus, c/o Google, "

Blimey folks,

I use the incomparable feedburner for this blog, and if you subscribe by email you get the posts in your inbox.
Imagine my surprise when I read this at the foot of the mail..

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I wonder what would happen if I did...

Dunkirk spirit

According to this we brits are going to fight the credit crunch by watching football and going to the pub a little more.

The British economy is also expected to get a massive injection tonight from Brits going out to local pubs and clubs to watch the match on TV.

"Some people may choose not to travel to Rome, but they will generate economic activity at home," Chadwick said."

Sunday, May 03, 2009

xml co-processor

so much of what we do nowadays involves parsing XML isn't it about time we delegated it to the hardware?
Or has someone already done it, or more likely it this a dumb idea?

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