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A little light housekeeping – and a new mobile site

I haven’t been writing much on here of late, as you will no doubt have noticed. In fact, in the first half of this year I composed a mere nine pieces – this is the tenth of 2009.

But the site is not yet dead! In fact, in some ways, as of this week it is newly invigorated, as I’ve relaunched the mobile version of the site. Visit m.sjhoward.co.uk, and you’ll find a mini mobile verison of sjhoward.co.uk – available on any mobile with an internet connection, but with a special version for the iPhone, and a downloadable shortcut for BlackBerries. You’re also able to read my Twitter feed on there, which is updated somewhat more often than the main site.

I’ve also done a little tidying on the site itself – I’ve fixed the post headers, which had gone a bit wrong for reasons I still don’t really understand, and picked about with a couple of other things – including upgrading the software that powers the site to WordPress 2.8… just a little later than most!

I also have some new stuff to stick on here some time, but haven’t found the time yet. And when I do find the time, I’ll get round to writing some actual content too… I promise!

This 1,395th post was filed under: Site Updates, .

Some recently published posts

Reflecting on my first ten years as a doctor / June 2019, 8 minutes long

What I’ve been reading this month / June 2019, 6 minutes long

Californian taxis, gun ownership and democracy / May 2019, 9 minutes long

The assassination of JFK / May 2019, 6 minutes long

Crossing the US-Mexico border / May 2019, 10 minutes long

Some random old posts

The ‘Goth’ subculture / March 2006, 4 minutes long

Review: Fakebook by Dave Cicirelli / April 2014, 3 minutes long

Terror alert: Prescott leads, airlines profit? / August 2006, 2 minutes long

36 Grays Lane / July 2007, 1 minute long

Rocky Horror gets scary / January 2006, Less than a minute long

When is a candle more than a candle? / December 2005, 1 minute long


Comments and responses

Comment from Benjamin Makolewski


by Benjamin Makolewski

Comment posted at 22:58 on 13th August 2009.

Do you listen to your patients or do you
interrupt them?

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=111844063


Comment from sjhoward (author of the post)


by sjhoward

Comment posted at 12:31 on 17th August 2009.

I certainly try to listen to them!


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