The feeds are
- News – http://www.rte.ie/rss/news.xml
- Sport – http://www.rte.ie/rss/sport.xml
- Business – http://www.rte.ie/rss/business.xml
- Entertainment- http://www.rte.ie/rss/entertainment.xml
The feeds are
This is nice bit of code to create user defined attributes as part of properties of services in OpenOffice.org
userAttrs = cell.getPropertyValue( "UserDefinedAttributes" )
myAttr = uno.createUnoStruct( "com.sun.star.xml.AttributeData" )
myAttr.Type = "CDATA"
myAttr.Value = "MyURL"
userAttrs.insertByName( "url", myAttr )
Paula has got herself a new website – Go Visit, http://www.pollybean.com
I decided over christmas to try to build a PVR box.
I ordered a MSI barebones box with the usual extras.
Build your own PVR seems to be a good website for PVR builders.
I’ll let you know how I get on.
BTW, anybody know about the internals of the NTL digital decoder box?
Had an Indian take-away from Bombay Pantry, and it is one of the best take-aways I ever had. It is little expensive but well worth it.
If you like your Indian food, get yourself down to it, you won’t be disappointted.
I have started using blogBuddy for blogging from Windows.
It’s small and quite light with not to much functionality but just enough to blog.
It works for WordPress/Blogger API blogs.
I have got a brand new flying combine harvester.
And I’ll give you the keys..
Quiet sacry if you have gone into a Pizza place and see how much information they have on computer about you – http://www.aclu.org/pizza/index.html
Still haven’t got my firefox toy yet!
Been tidying up and make other people’s code more readable this morning which is fun
Why can’t we have more whitespace in code?
Why is it neccessary to have a bunch of code squeezed together in an unreadable mess of characters and symbols?
Carraige return is only 16 bits in a file but an engineer to clean up your unreadable code is costly.
Excellent article on Microsoft’s future demise – How Microsoft Lost the API War
Firefox has been annoying me all morning trying to get JSLib working, turned out it was written twice to installed-chrome.txt
Firefox/XUL/RDF looks like a cool combo but debugging it blows chunks, variables having to be cast and data from RDF having to be walked before they are used but the end result looks cool