Thank God it’s not Tuesday anymore

I had a crap day yesterday. Wasn’t good. After being up all night with a sick child, I came in to work to discover that our Internet connection was scarfed. Ended up being down for almost ten hours, and as we host lots of sites, our clients were somewhat distressed. Bah. Anyway, now is Wednesday

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Thank God it’s not Tuesday anymore

I had a crap day yesterday. Wasn’t good. After being up all night with a sick child, I came in to work to discover that our Internet connection was scarfed. Ended up being down for almost ten hours, and as we host lots of sites, our clients were somewhat distressed. Bah. Anyway, now is Wednesday

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A funny thing happened.

Well, it depends on your definition of funny, I suppose. Due to a bizarre set of circumstances (which are largely of my own making) I’ve managed to lose not only my entire development archive (graphics, code, sounds, everything) but all the backups as well. tch, eh? Bit of a pain in the neck really. Not

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The Chicken Returns

More poultry fun, food fans! Debbie called Tesco up last night, to ask for some chicken-related advice. I’m not sure she managed to convey the proper level of dismay to the person on the other end of the phone though, because they were inclined to believe the situation was amusing rather than downright horrific. Anyway,

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I see dead chickens

Oh yes, indeed. I have seen the future and it is chicken shaped. So, Tesco arrived tonight with our grocery delivery. Whilst unpacking, I came across a cold undefinable lump in the bottom of the bag. On pulling it out, it was revealed as an unfeasibly large chicken. By large, you understand, I don’t mean

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Don’t kids grow up quickly this days?

Quote of the day from our seven-year-old. Little serious face on: “I’m not quite sure, but I think I might be falling in love with Kirsty. I’m not sure though.” Gahhhh. What do you say to that? Debbie almost swallowed her own head with mirth, and I managed to choke out “Well, don’t tell her

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Here’s a thought

I’ve just read in the news that the UK goverment is stockpiling enough smallpox vaccinations to immunise the entire population of the UK in the event of a terrorist threat. People aren’t routinely vaccinated against smallpox anymore because it was wiped out several decades ago. So where do the terrorists get it from? Is it

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Hiding Simulators

Gah, that’s all I can say. Gah. Today, I shall wander up to Castle Street and return Splinter Cell to the branch of game from whence it came. “But why?” you cry, “it’s the best xbox game of the year!”. Because, my friends, it is a hiding simulator. That’s what you do in it –

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Moving to uJournal

Hello? Anyone home? Ah, there you are. So, what’s all this about then, eh? Nothing much, I suppose – just some vague ramblings about stuff that’s happening. Perhaps I should begin by telling you all a bit about myself – in case you care. Well, I was born in Mayfield, Scotland (just outside Edinburgh). I

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Ha!

To all Nelefans, large and small, bald and furry, odious and shiny, greetings! May we at Nelefa Towers wish you the grandest, happiest, and most voluptuous New Year possible. ps. No, I didn’t sit up to send this – I’m too lazy. cronjobs for the win!

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