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Month: October 2006

Old link

Old link

…or “Pimp My (Brother’s) Site”

Whilst playing around with Garry’s bookmarking site I came across some old links which could do with an airing. The first of these is a transcript of an interview on Nicky Campbell’s radio programme involving Will Self and journalist Richard Littlejohn. Will Self just about wipes the floor with Richard Littlejohn – it makes an amusing read.

Ooh, Firefox 2 RC3 now has builtin spellchecking (as long as you download the dictionary file) – cool 🙂

I is, you is, we is…

I is, you is, we is…

Word ‘advised’ me on my grammar yesterday. It suggested that I change the following sentence:

“If the fields do not match what we expect then we are not going to be able to process the data.”

to:

“If the fields do not match what we expect then we is not going to be able to process the data.”

Have I accidentally enabled ‘Ali G’ mode, or something?

Alternatively, can someone tell me why Word is suggesting ‘is’ in that case?

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