Using XSLT to create HTML previews for XML files in memoQ and how to navigate the namespace minefield.
On matters relating to computer hardware, software, and other technical goodies.
Over the past few weeks I’ve had a niggling suspicion that my machine was running…
I’m sitting at the table one morning, hands cradling a warm mug, that rich smell of coffee hanging in the air. The sun is shining down on a brand new day, only the chittering of birds offering their choral backdrop to an otherwise blank canvas. Then a vibration on the windowsill accompanied by a tinny melody. Dad’s calling.
‘The battery in my car key’s dead,’ he tells me, apparently standing in front of his locked car on the car park, desperately pressing the transponder. ‘Can you find the number to call the AA? I can’t get in the car.’
‘Why don’t you just use the key?’
‘Put the key in the lock and turn it.’
‘Oh, does that work?’
Lazarus may be risen from the dead, but it looks like he’s now been lain…
Obviously the technology is making leaps and bounds, but it’ll probably still be some time…