Paul Gregg

Jack of all Tech.

Archive for June, 2005

Public photography

Last evening I was entertained at Lagan Valley Island (Updated: http://www.laganvalleyisland.co.uk/ ) by my daughter’s dance class.   Her teacher put on a show that comprised of all the students from her different classes and it was well received by all. As all parents would do on such occasions took some pictures of the event (the ones my daughter […]

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Google loves me.

To the tune of Jesus loves me.Google loves me, this I knowfor the referrer log tells me sothis little gem just sprang forth,causing me endless mirth.Yes, Google loves me!….www.pgregg.com 24.184.121.205 – – [19/Jun/2005:03:03:46 +0100] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 29468 "http://www.google.com/search?hl=en& q=I%27ve+been+staring+at+the+google+homepage+for+hours+what+should+I+do &btnG=Google+Search" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.8) Gecko/20050511 Firefox/1.0.4" "-" "-"(tweaked to […]

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Useful kit to have around.

While on the transatlantic flight recently and reading the inflight magazine I came across this piece of kit: 13-Piece Zip cord Connection Kit from TigerDirect.  The inflight mag had it at $20 with a $10 rebate. The USB adapters are worth the �6 cost alone.   Not sure about the quality though – it failed my […]

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New Photo Gallery

I set myself up a private ‘flickr’ type photo gallery over at: http://photo.pgregg.com where I will periodically add new pics.   I can’t imagine it’ll be of much interest to anyone other than myself, but for particularly interesting/artistic shots I’ll maybe post a link here.I’ve had good compliments on this one of the John Hancock Tower […]

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Boston

I’m just about over my jetlag after missing a nights sleep making the return journey over the atlantic.  So I was in Boston for a week (work) and got myself a new Canon 20D camera (UK pricing is such a rip-off) and took lots of 8.2 million pixels photos Here’s a 19% resized sample of […]

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