When the sun gets over the yardarm here (when it’s about level with the top of the Port Authority building), it gets into my eyes and I have to close the blind. So, does that mean it’s beer o’clock? Probably not, but it must surely be time to skive off on some nice code that makes sense and feels calmer and more testable? I reckon so.
fremantlecarnevale.com.au has gone off the air.
So Rosie O’Grady’s, the fake Irish pub in Fremantle, is closing in two or three weeks. I know it’s ridiculous, but I like it there! I’ve had many beers, and generally enjoyed the almost-always-empty vibe. Sure it’s a manufactured, falsely-traditional interior design, but I don’t care. I’ll be sad to see it turn into another trendy place with $12 beers.
I thought I’d better phrase the title of this post in the negative, seeing as the blasted thing has been more often offline over the last couple of months than it has been online. Even when it’s been online it’s not been working properly. Hurrumph.
Anyway, perhaps now at last we’re on the road to correct operation. The main page and the RSS feed are now back up and working. I’ve switched to a new script (details of which to come soon).
Please let me know if Planet Freo is working okay now for you. Thanks!
I don’t really remember what it was, but whatever it was, it no longer is:
(Maybe someone just forgot to pay their hosting bill.)
Just tried the new cafe that’s opened at the shops near the corner of Winterfold Road and Carrington Street. It’s far nicer than I was expecting! Not that a suburban shopping centre should be expected to produce boring cafes, it’s just that they rather often do.
It was a nice place to sit outside, the tables are nothing unusual (the chairs weigh a ton), and they weren’t playing the radio but rather had chosen what music to inflict on people — with good results. And the coffee was terrific.
Updated: I got the name wrong earlier; it’s not got a space in it.