Andrew Wigglesworth

Gitorious repos

I've started to put some repos onto Gitorious, firstly covering some websites that I maintain personally.

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No audience

Something that many people can't quite understand about folk music is that ofttimes an audience isn't needed or even wished for.

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Frankly, I'm ambivalent about St. George's Day

I have ambivalent feelings about St. George's day. You see, St. George's day has never been something that was much celebrated by the English.

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Cuckoos Nest recording

This is a recording of the Cuckoo's Nest, but maybe not as you know it ... Jim.

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Thatcher's dead ... good.

I was told last night that I shouldn't be glad that Thatcher is dead and that she was someones mother ...

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Farewell Hugo Chavez

Last night I was on IRC when the news of the death of Hugo Chavez broke. It was the sad news that many were dreading.

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Changing yet again how this website is built.

Here we go again. I've been using Jekyll for a while now, and it's been pretty good. However, I have some issues with it.

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Emacs on GNU Screen, a multi-window desktop setup without X.

Playing around with GNU Screen and with the Emacs server/emacsclient I realised that I could emulate my Stumpwm experience with windows and Emacs frames.

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My user friendly GNU/Linux desktop.

I don't use a graphical user interface (GUI) on my computer. By this I mean I do not use a "desktop environment" using a mouse and icons such as Gnome, KDE or XFCE.

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The web and the failure of the left.

You think that the left, and the working class movement etc (say in Britain or the US) are pretty "web savvy" now? Think again.

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