Anyone remember the TV show “Allo Allo”?, I love it, it was so cheesy that it was funny, I’ve just gone and bought series 1,2,3&4 for my dad had them in the sale for a pretty good price.
According to a news item on Yahoo :
Men are more likely than women to natter on their mobile phone, according to a survey.
Sixty per cent of men questioned said they make regular voice calls compared with 44% of women. Women, it seems, prefer to keep in touch by sending text messages. The poll found 72% of women texting on a regular basis – just above men on 70%.
Females have also taken to sending picture messages more than male counterparts, the research on behalf of communications firm Agilent Technologies found. “Women tend to have more interest in communications so it makes sense that they would tend to be heavier users of mobile features such as texting and picture messaging,” said Tom White, UK managing director of Agilent Technologies. The survey was conducted by ICM Research among 1,019 adults earlier this month.
I still have a few people using my old url to visit my site,
please update your links or favorites so that my url is http://www.puerilis.co.uk
and NOT http://home.puerilis.co.uk
I will be deleting the old url of "http://home.puerilis.co.uk"
Okay folks i’m asking for some help.
I am currently working a project to convert my site to run on linux, I currently have Suse linux 9 with Apache 2, with PHP and MYSQL installed. My main issue is that I can not get any file with the extention .cgi to execute, even though its in the cgi bin, can anyone suggest or email me with details of how the apache 2 conf file should look like with cgi working, I have tried to make sense of the documentation on the apache site but I just get confused, once i can see a copy of a working config I’ll be able to work out what parts of the config does what.
Well tonight is my last night in the UK for a week, I will be getting up at 5am to allow myself enough time to get ready to leave the house at 6:30am, then we’re off to Gatwick airport for our flight to Gran Canaria.
I’ll be back in the UK on the 20th December, see you all then.