These posts were imported from my old Wordpress Blog (which I stopped updating in 2011) and are here mainly for posterity. Although I have tried to clean things up there will be broken links and potentially other issues.
Updated: 22nd Feb 2010
I experienced a slightly odd bug in the latest version of mobile Safari on iPhone where it was shrinking large background images applied via CSS to fit within the confines of the screen. Not finding anyone else who has written about this problem I thought I’d share my findings.
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Just a very quick post to let you all know that my community-driven music recommendation site Where to Start With has just left private beta. Not only that but we have launched what we think is a killer new feature, there is a lot more detail (and a screencast) in the blog post over at our Where to Start With blog.
I have been thinking about writing articles on F1 on my here for quite a while, as I have found myself getting more and more interested by the sport (as of writing it is currently less 4 days, 1 hour and around 10 minutes before the start of the 2009 season and I can’t wait!) and getting more involved on F1 sites, with comments etc. I have also started to notice that in quite a lot of places that I would like to write more than short comments (I don’t like to read essays in comments, so I try not to leave them too) but also I feel that I have more to add with original articles of my own.
I’d like to introduce to you my brand new site Where to Start With, which I have been working on in my spare time for a while (more on this in future posts).
Just to get you up to speed if you don’t know what Hulu is and what situation is before I get to the rebuttal I found today:
Yesterday I went for a root canal. I wasn’t entirely sure what the process involved and somewhere in the past I had gotten it into my head that a root canal could possibly be quite unpleasant. However I have never really had much of a problem with going to the dentist or having work done on my teeth so I wasn’t worried (much), but I can imagine that others might not be so lucky.