Thursday, 30 April 2009
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Tuesday, 28 April 2009
A quick chat with the author of the website and he says this...
Basically, I have written and launched a Taxi Fare Calculator site for the UK. The idea was borne out of the confusion I had over consistently getting different taxi prices when using the same route. I never understood why they were so different so sat down to do some calculations myself... and so www.taxiroute.co.uk was born!
It took a long time to write the code, build the databases, build the website and compile the fare tariffs from the various Licensing Authorities in the UK but it's almost there now! Feedback is good from the people who use it both from a usability and an accuracy point of view, so I intend to keep going with it!
Hopefully, when some of my other ideas get built into the website it will be a sort of "compare-the-taxi.com" type of site. It will have both a web front end as well as a Pocket PC and an iPhone version.
Both taxi users AND taxi companies seem to be using the site a lot. The taxi companies love it because not all of them have the money to pay their software suppliers for a quotation system. Some companies have told me they have been quoted as much as £8,000 for a system that does nothing more than mine!
Anyway, just wondered if you might like a look and possibly feedback any thoughts you might have on it?
Monday, 27 April 2009
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Saturday, 25 April 2009
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Wednesday, 22 April 2009
An afternoon of celebrations will take place in Barrow town centre, focusing around Forum 28.
England flags will be handed out and Barrow Tourist Information Centre will promote holidaying in this country.
Staff at Forum 28 will be offering people a traditional English lunch menu of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding followed by apple pie.
Magician Joel Dickinson will entertain crowds while pianist Noel Kennetts plays a variety of patriotic tunes. Ann Taylforth, town centre and festivals manager for Barrow Borough Council, said: “We have over many years celebrated St George’s Day in Barrow. This year we arefeaturing traditional English holidays, food and entertainment.
“The patron saint of England is honoured in our town and the St George’s walk explores the area around St George’s Square.
“I am sure everyone will enjoy this celebration of St George’s Day and the opportunity to celebrate England’s national day.”
A number of events will take place at St George’s Church, St George’s Square, Barrow, throughout this week. Reverend Jane Nattrass, vicar for the South Barrow Ministry, said: “On St George’s Day the church bell will be rung and the flag will be flying.”
There will be a concert from Barrow Male Voice Choir at St George’s Church tomorrow and a lunch club on Thursday.
There will be a service for people from St George’s, St Luke’s, St Perran’s and St Aidan’s on Sunday, followed by a parade.(Taken from North West Evening Mail. Click to find out more)
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