Posts tagged with ‘History’

Liam Fox Bored of Trade?

October 15, 2017

HM Gov Press Release 12 Oct 2017 Source is here.  Interestingly, HM Gov omitted Fox’s full & proper title with the Rt Hon etc.  But, hey ho!  This is what it says: blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah….blah Well Then? Liam Fox seems to want to be chair of a board with only himself on it.  Not even Adam Werritty.  […]

Updating Sites to Newer Technologies

September 1, 2017

Website Updates For some time now websites that I run have been running WordPress.  I’ve been using it since version 1.2 I think, so quite a lot has happened in this time.  It is currently at v.4.8.1 Themes Initially, themes had the appearance of user guidelines that had evolved for (say) the first decade of […]

Pacific Webworks Goes Quietly

May 26, 2016

Pacific Webworks Sold Oh how the mighty have fallen. http://bankruptcompanynews.com/pacific-webworks-04-22-16/ The U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved Pacific WebWorks motion authorizing the sale of Debtor’s intellipay subsidiary free and clear of liens, claims, encumbrances and interests. The order states, “The Debtor conducted an auction consistent with the procedures described in the Motion on April 20, 2016 at […]

Why Throw Away History?

November 24, 2015

The Web, History, Link-rot & Crawling Chaos Again, while checking for link-rot, I came across a broken link on the Crawling Chaos website.  Specifically, it’s when I deal with our introduction to Factory Records and that I played with a hockey team called Northumbria alongside the Tyne Tees Television (TTTV) newsreader called Rod Griffith. I […]

Daily Mail Headline Change After Vile Benefits Murder Comments Backlash

April 3, 2013

Lynch Mob Witch-hunt in Britain The lowest common denominator mentality is alive and well in Glorious Britain.  “Most people” (according to a man-in-the-street soundbite on the BBC News yesterday, so it must be true) now think benefit scroungers are the ruin of the nation and treated like dogs.  Truly – the news article used this […]