Jason spotted a glitch on the Ryanair website earlier today and posted about it.It's a glitch. Most large complex websites have them at some point or another.It's not the end of the world (Aer Lingus still use the browser language setting to "work out" where you're based)What is amazing is the tone and total lack of professionalism of the comments from the Ryanair staff … [Read more...] about Ryanair Staff And Fixed IPs
Archives for February 2009
Image via WikipediaWhen I got my Nokia E71 back before Christmas I immediately fell in love with the device. One of the options that we setup was MFE (Mail for Exchange) which was pretty functional, although a bit limited.However while we were working on our Hosted Exchange service launch Paul came across a really nice bit of software that takes the E71 and Microsoft Exchange … [Read more...] about Exchange ActiveSync Rocks!
Spammers annoy the life out of me.Lazy and ignorant they always seem to find some way of "explaining" their (mis)behaviourBido, who are relaunching this week, thought it would be a great idea to spam the entire membership of DNForumGrr! … [Read more...] about How Not To Market – Bido Spam DNForum
My aunt has been living in France for over 30 years. About 20 years or so ago she bought a lovely house in Normandy (click to enlarge)It's up for rent if anyone is interested.Details below:Charming stone cottage in a small French village in Normandy near the Orne river (a 10 minute walk away), Between Falaise and Flers, 50 km from Caen and the Normandy beaches by the A88 and 27 … [Read more...] about Rent A Peaceful Paradise
I generally don't use Windows on either of my desktops or my laptop. I normally use Mac OSX or Ubuntu Linux, so this kind of message is not only annoying, but kind of pointless:I wouldn't mind so much, but as far as I can see you don't need anything special once you're actually logged in to the Microsoft Partner portal (I had to remote desktop into a Windows machine to find … [Read more...] about More Browser Support Annoyances