JobTrawler now has its own blog. All new-versions will be announced there, and that is now the place to post comments/ideas/etc.
Announcing the release of JobTrawler 0.5, with some new features, including:
- Sortable table columns
- ‘Get Adverts!’ button on status bar
- Automatic check-for-program-updates
- Expanded documentation
As always, it can be downloaded from www.jobtrawler.co.uk. Check the website for further information.
We’ve had a busy weekend. Our good friends Rob and Christy got married on Friday at a very nice country-esque venue in North London, then on Saturday we went to see REM play in Hyde Park. It was absolutely brilliant and the support (from Idlewild and Feeder) was very good too. On Sunday we headed into London to the south bank to see The Tempest at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre. A good adaptation, if a little confusing for those that hadn’t seen the play before.
And I’ve finally arranged a start date for my new job: 8th August (so there’s plenty of time left to enjoy the summer before then!)
Details are still filtering in about this morning’s events in London. Everybody we know is ok, thankfully.
After the upgrade, the category links on the right were broken, as were the direct/permalinks to articles. The solution appears to be to disable permalinks entirely, as no amount of messing with the permalink structure fixed the problem.
Step-by-step then, upgrade as per the instructions, then log in as Admin, navigate to Options, Permalinks and clear the ‘permalink structure’ box, then click the update button.
Science magazine have just published the first in a series of articles looking at 125 big questions in Science.
It just goes to show that knowing what you know is just as important as knowing what you don’t.