I noticed after posting last night that I now have 300 posts or articles on this site.
While the oldest posts were written in August 2006, it would be unfair to say that this has been a continuous blog stretching 12 years.
About half the posts have been made in ...
It looks like most of the Falkirk area has been taken offline last night at about 7pm.
Grangemouth refinery was out, along with lots of ATMs and fuel stations but most
importantly, my house and therefore home server was taken out.
On Friday evening, I changed the script that I use to update the site.
The new script is much more efficient and faster,
however it caused the RSS feed to be modified in such a way that my feed reader
thought that every article was a new article and reimported ...
Last night when I got home, we ended up doing the evening routine in a different order and we swapped over who did the various tasks.
As a result, I completely forgot about writing and publishing a post.
Annoyingly I have been ...
I knew that the certificate of my home server was about to expire.
It looks like I have somehow managed to corrupt most of my apt repository.
I get lots of errors and I think it has gotten confused over which version of python is getting used.
This site no longer used jQuery1.
I only noticed that I was using jQuery after I ran some benchmarking tests on the site.
The site did well in enough but jQuery contributed a significant amount of the load time.
After digging around, the only place that I found jQuery ...
If you are following using an RSS feed or look back at the dates published articles, you will notice that historically I have managed short bursts of relativity frequent blog posts, followed by long periods of silence.
Recently I have started trying to post something, anything, daily.