Too Many Ideas - Archive for March, 2007


Monday, March 19th, 2007

Until my broadband problems I was a habbitual blogger. I’m finding it hard to get back into the habbit of blogging every night. Each post may not have had a huge amount of value and sometimes the signal to noise here was probably a bit low but the habbit kept me focused on delivering things […]

Thursday Thirteen #1

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

Thirteen Things random things about Mark Caldwell 1… I remember far too many useless facts for my own good but can’t remember a thing if I’m on a quiz team. 2… Being in high up places doesn’t bother me. My fear is unsteady high places I may fall off. 3… I’ve just joined the moderating […]

Back Online

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

BT sorted out the problem Orange were determined to say was with my hardware today so I’m back online. All it took was a line test to confirm I didn’t have a problem at my end but Orange were strangley against performing the same test and wouldn’t explain why. After getting everything set up I’ve […]

I'll be Back

Tuesday, March 6th, 2007

Bad, Ugly Orange (there isn’t anything good about them at the moment) have had a week to try and fix whatever they’ve done to their service. Tech support has been a joke of doing the same set of tasks that assume I’ve got a fault and refusing to actually run a line check. Since I’m […]

Tim Berners-Lee v Congress

Friday, March 2nd, 2007

I was checking some technical documents on the W3C web site and ran across this news report earlier " Tim Berners-Lee Speaks on Future of the Web to US Congress". The image reminded me of the footage of the House Un-American Activities Committee that was used so effectivelly in Good Night and Good Luck. So […]

Broadband SNAFU

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

My broadband connection is varying from slower than a snail to completely unavailable. Hopefully it will be fixed soon. Until then I’m offline so if I don’t reply to an e-mail or a post or a comment it’s nothing personal.

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