Things you can find about yourself online

Every now and again you find the curiosity to Google yourself and you find some interesting things. Well it depends on what you do for a living, and working in IT helps! Well a quick Google later and I discovered that I was mentioned in a blog post in the Telegraph in 2007. OK the…

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.tel goes live

Well I’ve just got my .tel domain http://richardhyland.tel Time will tell if it’s any good or going to work, however I’ve actually got a .tel iPhone management tool awaiting approval from Apple…

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Living without Windows

Quite possibly the best article I’ve read about living without Windows and using Linux instead, and just why Linux still has a long way to go when it comes to desktop usage for non-techies. http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&taxonomyName=Operating+Systems&articleId=9126042&taxonomyId=89&pageNumber=1…

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Fixing other people’s code

Well I’ve spent a very productive afternoon fixing CSS bugs in jQuery UI http://jqueryui.com, to make a very specific set of conditions work under Internet Explorer. If you’re interested, basicaly putting an overflow inside the dialog overlow causes the first overflow to render incorrectly if the positions are relative. The great thing, though about the…

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