Aled Treharne on December 18th, 2008

Every year the Mountain Rescue team get together and have our Christmas party. It’s a bit of a tradition that we stand down for the night and celebrate the year in good spirits – and one of our traditions is the dishing out of appropriate awards to celebrate the funnier side of Mountain Rescue life. […]

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Aled Treharne on February 7th, 2008

We’re testing a DSL ordering system at the moment by trying to order a new DSL circuit into our London Datacenter. This involves talking to BT Openreach, albeit via our third party. This is where it gets interesting. BT Openreach, the part of BT responsible for the exchanges and the physical copper that comes to […]

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Aled Treharne on November 5th, 2007

Some time ago, I was a religious reader of UserFriendly (about the same time I was reading BoyMeetsBoy and a few other online cartoons). When I came back from the states, my internet access changed and eventually it dropped off my radar. Having recommended it to Sean a few months back, I’m catching up. It’s […]

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Aled Treharne on March 8th, 2007

On a mailing list I’m on, where a bunch of geeks were discussing Christianity: “If only Jesus hadn’t forgotten the safeword, we wouldn’t be in this mess.” 

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