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Interesting Stuff 2008-09-26: Weather Changes

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Nick Reynolds Nick Reynolds | 10:23 UK time, Friday, 26 September 2008


At the BBC News Editors blog, Richard Chapman brings news of changes to the BBC's Weather site:

All of our forecast information is now organised by location rather than by type of data. Once you have searched for your location you will find everything you need on one page.

Still at the Editors, Steve Herrmann explains some changes to the Science and Entertainment areas of the BBC News site.

Simon Lumb goes in depth at BBCi Labs blog on "Why Freesat Works".

BBC Backstage goes to Scripting Enabled with pictures and video to come.

Jason DaPonte reports from his conference session at X/Lab in Korea on the BBC's work on mobiles.

Embedded.com claims "TV formats in turmoil as Internet hits home" in a feature that discusses some projects the BBC is involved in, as shown at the IBC conference (eg, Super Hi-Vision, Dirac, P2P Next).

And finally, although it's not strictly speaking what this blog is about, can anyone help Paul Minott with his technical problem?

...do you think driving an earth spike into the ground just outside the building and connecting this to the sound system earth would help or so I need to upgrade to starquad cable?

NB: If you want to help Paul, go to the forum I've linked to rather than leaving a comment here.

Nick Reynolds is editor, BBC Internet Blog.



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