…when Mark Goodier is doing voiceovers for 80% of the adverts on TV.
This evening I went through my log files and identified a load of URLs from my old site which are now invalid, and made them redirect to the new pages.
My 10 most popular articles are:
- Electric rear blind repair
- Rear seat removal
- Door lock barrel replacement
- Ultra-bright glovebox torch LED modification
- Thermostat replacement
- Water pump replacement
- Removing the ignition lock barrel
- Quick fix for M30 engine oil leak
- M30 head gasket replacement, part 1
- Squeaking steering wheel
If you’re reading this on my RSS or atom feed and you haven’t had any updates for a while, it’s because the old RSS and atom URLs were two of the ones that were broken.
Here’s a useful hint. If you’re executing a command which is going to take a while, rather than minimising the terminal once you’ve started it, you can reduce the font by repeatedly pressing Cmd minus. That way you can leave the window somewhere visible on your desktop and keep glancing across to it. Your subconscious mind will usually let you know that it’s finished within a few minutes of the event, because it will pick up on the fact that the text has stopped moving.
Here’s an example Linux kernel compilation over ssh:
Apparently, some researcher at BT is saying that, in the future, breast implants could be fitted with MP3 players.
How many songs can they hold? That depends on the size of the mammary.
Badum-tish. Thank you, I’m here all week.
I think the algorithm used by the “Just For You” feature could use a little more work.
How do they get from Strauss to Bon Jovi?