Monthly Archives: July 2008

Family tree

Incredible! I signed up at http://www.geni.com yesterday (an online famiy tree builder) and we are already up to over 160 people in our family tree. The great thing about this is that it’s free and everyone gets access to the … Continue reading

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Summer Ball

We had our company summer ball on Saturday at Oakley Hall – it was a really nice evening and I’ve just been checking out the photo’s and found this one of the pair of us both dressed to impress…

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Glutton for punishment

Well here we go again! I’ve bought a diddy new PC for Lenny as the old steam driven thing she was using was getting a bit unreliable and it took up too much room under the desk. So I bought … Continue reading

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Another mad day at work!

Well the DNS security crisis continued today with more customers calling us in response to the CERT advisory that came out on Tuesday. Fortunately we are now able to offer a pre-release version of code that fixes it, but our … Continue reading

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YADV – Yet Another DNS Vulnerability!

Holy crap, our helpdesk has been lit up like a Christmas tree today. Without any warning, CERT (the Computer Emergency Response Team) issued another DNS vulnerability report last night (http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/800113) and many of our customers called in today asking if … Continue reading

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Iron Maiden gig

I saw Iron Maiden at Twickenham on Saturday, it was brilliant! Had a great time. Took a couple of videos which are up on my YouTube page, but the best one of the lot is "Run to the hills" which … Continue reading

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A Zonda outside my local!

Well here’s something you don’t see every day! I was just having a quiet beer with Lenny down my local when a £600,000 Pagani Zonda turned up. I spoke to the chap driving it and he said he’d hired it … Continue reading

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