Before I begin, I must say that I have no idea why I ended up on The Daily Mail website ("MailOnline") and I can't be bothered to look through my history either to see how and why, but whilst on there I tottled into their Science section for all articles to do with, well, Science and Technology. And I saw one article that caught my attention.
It's now been two and a half weeks since I finally had the bar in my chest removed and I thought I may aswell give everyone an update as to how everything's going.
The cuts at the moment are still tender on both sides, the right-hand side isn't too bad and the swelling has gone down on it a lot, however the left-hand side is still fairly swollen and quite painful to touch or when my arm rubs against it. This pain is quite annoying too because I like to sleep on the left-hand side of my body (I had a... [read more]
As you may know if you follow me on Twitter or Facebook (links above menu) that my operation to remove the bar from my chest (because of my condition, "Pectus Excavatum") had been cancelled 4 times.
I was repeatedly told by some of my close followers to contact PALS and the media. Upon doing a bit of research as to what PALS do, a lot of the outcomes were to go to the media as it's a powerful method of basically 'kicking them up the arse'. So I did just that. I... [read more]
yes rights. you can save it manually. I still develope it....
Alif (20th November 10:56)
how can i save all images. your web version it just show images rights?...
x (20th November 06:05)
I have created a web version. Thank you Dale for inspiring me.
Alif (19th November 05:20)
It's dead Jim....
Panic (10th November 11:50)
Looks like it's giving an error message trying to retrieve the list of images. I guess Twitter changed something again. You enter just the username without the https://twitter.com/ part, right?
Joe (24th October 16:55)