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I'm back

Well, after a hiccup last week (probably due to me not having access to my work email at the time) I've got back in to the new (old?) h2g2.

I'm really impressed that the new team were able to get it open so quickly. Much quicker than the move into the BBC (although to be fair, we did have to write a whole moderation system suitable for the BBC editorial policy from scratch).

Well done, froods.

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Latest reply: Oct 24, 2011

Happy Birthday

h2g2 is eleven years old today. I feel a bit guilty I'm not here more. Maybe I should write a Silverlight client for it.

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Latest reply: Apr 28, 2010

Happy Christmas

I feel very lax. My last journal entry was this time two years ago. I'd probably post a lot more journal entries if I thought anyone here was interested in Silverlight programming, which is what I've been blogging about elsewhere (

I've made a nice Deep Zoom version of our Christmas Card this year, which you can find at - It requires Microsoft Silverlight, so you'll be asked to install it if you don't already have it. It's a bit of fun, so please have a look. If I'm lucky, you'll be seeing a lot more Silverlight stuff from me next year, so you might as well install it now.

I hope you like it.

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Latest reply: Dec 24, 2008

Happy Christmas Everyone

The children are currently decorating the Christmas tree, so I thought it was about time to update my page with the (now traditional) christmas picture.

I hope everyone has a great Christmas, and a Happy New Year.

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Latest reply: Dec 24, 2006


Just a quick note to say that contractions are around four and a half minutes apart, so we're hoping to have a new arrival later today (although past history means we're not expecting it right this minute).

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Latest reply: Feb 7, 2006

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