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On this page you'll find links to sites that I use all the time or that I think are of interest. If you feel the need to comment on anything on these pages, you can email me or this link Discuss ceebee will give you access to a discussion forum.

And here's a list of my current bookmarks. They may or may not be of interest or use to you!

DJ's site is always of interest -- typically contentious as he can be :)

And an interesting map of the software wars...

A very fine charity Macmillan Cancer Relief are worthy of your support. A few years ago, some friends and I undertook a walk across the Sahara to raise money for them and pictures and an excellent diary by Andrew Whittaker may well be of interest to anybody considering helping them in their work.

If you're ever in my area, then a visit to the estimable Deal Hoy is called for - and mine's a large Cork Dry Gin and tonic please.

For all your computer hardware and software needs, I can't praise highly enough the excellent Computer Connections where Ollie and Luke offer a standard of service and professionalism that puts most others to shame. UPDATE: Sadly, this site no longer offers anything, as Ollie has decided to hang up her slate for the forseeable future. A great, great shame.

For your network cabling and design needs look no further than Ray Dick and if you need telecomms consultancy then Pete Finnigan is your man.

Interested in all things wireless related? Then Guy Kewney's page is an excellent starting point.

For your ISP needs inc. ADSL, leased lines and web- hosting, look no further than Wizards Ltd or Merula Ltd where my friends Chris Comley and Richard Palmer respectively offer a truly excellent service (now can you take your foot off my neck please Chris?).

All your Web-site design needs can be taken care of by Mac Jordan at Horus Communications and she can also talk to you about cats for ever. I should point out that Mac has had nothing to do with this site and any brickbats should be directed to me at /dev/null!

For writing on IT and all things technical that's informed, provoking and humorous the following two writers are hard to beat: Rupert Goodwins and Jon Honeyball. The latters trademarked "power flounce" is a legend amongst his friends.

Standard links that I look at daily are: Dilbert and The Onion as well as this fine collection of mainly geek humour.



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