Posts from March 2003

31st March, 11:37 pm

April fools joke of the morning award definately goes to cpan. That had some people seriously worried :)

31st March, 9:43 am

Slashdot has gotten hold of the Guardian article and talk about it here [via ste]

i think that makes me one step removed from uber-fame. or something

26th March, 11:55 pm

Grab a copy of the Guardian today (27th March) to read me talking about the london bloggers projects and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

An online version of the article is available here.

25th March, 6:39 am

The latest from iamcal publishing: Writing secure and portable PHP applications

24th March, 9:15 am

Thanks to Martin Hotchin, the tale has been updated.

Does anyone have any idea what could happen next? Then mail me the next installment

17th March, 9:06 am

I'm back, so it's time to plow through some of the accumulated weblog content.

My new bash.org favourite: #8853

Nick Clark knows about making perl faster

Me and tom and webb and jones at the british museum : moblogging pictures

Jeff R has a wigu shirt heaven in his front room.

Don't you want to attend a teslathon? [via b3ta]

12th March, 7:24 am

OK, luckily my eyes and hands were posted to Jeremy Paxman in a large box with an Enigma coding cog and he forwarded them to me. What a jolly good chap he is. So now I can get on with this weblog again.

Friends Reunited owners do it again. How come I never think of any of these things. GenesConnected doesnt have a very catchy name though.

People who work in boring offices sometimes have to be "a bit wacky". I pity them

Adventures with Steve McClown

[all the above, via Beargod]

Just cos she is lovely.

5th March, 12:35 pm

Hello, and all hail your new lord and master (me). This is my first time in charge of the weblog and iamcal.com, and I have a feeling that it it might be my last, for I have abused my power in the most terrible way. Whoops. Anyway, lets get this show on the road...

Ah, the humble Mullet ,dont ya just love em? [via ilovebeerme]

One for the ladies. (Or men, I'm not sexist.) Embroidery [via pep]

Why Edward Cullinan's [Timber Gridshell](http://www.hughpearman.com/articles4/gridshell.html ) building should have won the Stirling Prize. ([Link 2](http://www.wealddown.co.uk/downland-gridshell.htm ))

Have problems with the colours on traffic lights? Maybe you are [Colour Blind](http://www.toledo-bend.com/colorblind/Ishihara.html )

Ooh this is Grooovy: Spider Girl

And thats all for today. If you have any decent links send them Cal's way!

3rd March, 4:05 am

I'm off to LA for 2 weeks on holiday. I'll be leaving you all in the capable hands of chay "chandler" hawes, who'll be updating the weblog and running things here.

if you'd like to meet up with me and chris while we're there, have a look here.

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