Tuesday, 7 April 2009

A few odds and ends

Something rather bisarre about the TDC website if you use it fairly regularly as I do you wonder if it has been taken over by some surrealist art group.



The other day I pointed out that the press releases took so long to appear that they had often lost there meaning.

Over the last couple of days five meetings have been announced the on the day of the meeting see http://tdc-mg-dmz.thanet.gov.uk/mgWhatsNew.aspx?bcr=1I don’t think the link will remain valid for long as it looks a tad complicated to me.

Then I went to the TDC homepage http://www.thanet.gov.uk/ and put the word Pleasurama in the search box there the answer I got was; “Sorry, no pages found containing your search terms.”

This is a bit strange as quite a few pages had always come up when I have done this in the past, perhaps they have finally decided that they don’t wish to be associated with the project and have deleted everything that relates to it.

One thing that I do is host and maintain various peoples websites for them and I have updated Saxon’s today http://www.thanetonline.com/saxonlogan/

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