Monthly Archives: June 2005

Playing with Outlook 2003

I have been playing around with Outlook 2003 in an attempt to get all my email addresses sorted out so that I regularly check them all. Previous attempts to use Thunderbird have failed as I found the way it handles … Continue reading

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LA Times ‘wikitorial’ gives editors red faces This is quite funny, and serves as a warning to any organisation jumping in feet first to a new technology without fully considering the likely implications. It was the boldest of innovations. A … Continue reading

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New Parsnip at last

Yesterday I finally got round to writing another piece of Parsnip, the thoroughly inept fantasy author. They raced through the arid desert land which was what Zamora was comprised of, mostly. There were some nice bits but they were all … Continue reading

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Lack of Action

Not a lot going on here I am afraid. This is entirely due to the fact that I don’t have internet access at home, and now I do much of my web browsing through FeedDemon it’s a bit tricky doing … Continue reading

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