Quick links to other parts of my scattered web presence:
* via NTL: User Id: 1746467, Password: 6745
Our son, George Patrick Webster Haworth was born on 1978 Dec 3. In 1998
he was in Idaho. Then he studied Sport Science at Portsmouth University for
two years. In 2004 he graduated from Loughborough University where he did a
Technology Foundation Year followed by a Mathematics course.
George wok lifting at Weighking - sorry, that should be weight lifting at Woking
- Other presences on the web:
Access me via one of the domain names I have bought:
I have email addresses of: anyone@<any of the above domain names>.
World No. One! For several weeks I was top (out of about 1600) of the list of Wikipedia admins by number of restorations.
I have now been nudged off the top spot - check the latest ranking.
But this is a rather empty honour - see my Wikipedia user page.
However my presence in the top percentile of the deleters league table is a significant indication of my contribution.
poor quality pictures of mine have still managed to win me points
because they are the first for a particular 1 kilometre square.
Look at my three perverted blogs:
An eclectic selection of my photos stored at fotopic (mainly), Multiply and a few on Photobox - see links box
(stupidly, they don't seem to support a public index page to a user's albums).
And, just to make sure no one else grabbed the name, I have a slot along with the millions on MySpace
- I developed a resource which converts a GB grid reference to latitude and
longitude and passes it to the Wikimedia resource for a page full of useful map links.
- It was then re-written in PHP and moved to RHaworth.com.
And from there it was moved to …
- The Wikimedia toolserver at toolserver.org/~rhaworth/os/coor_g.php .
But it also had a pseudo-existence at rhaworth.net because rhaworth.com was shut down
and redirected to rhaworth.net.
- The toolserver was shut down so it moved yet again to the Wikimedia Labs
as os/coor_g. But it is still receiving traffic, probably mainly from bots,
at all four of its previous locations!
- Code words:
- Geowonks is a code word which I can enter into Gargle
to take me to my pages. Kindly invented for me by a young lady called Kim.
I store numbers in my mobile phone in the
international format (+44 …) even when I am never likely to
call them from abroad. So I suppose I must be a geowonk.
- Geowonks generates too many false hits, so let us try
scezune in Goohoo
This word popped up as a Wikipedia title but was speedily deleted as "nonsense
- zero google hits" before any search engine or Wikipedia clone
had time to notice. The definition given was (spelling, etc.
Scezune = spirit
bound. The meaning is from a meso/babolonian legend that humans can
be bound to spirits. now most of the magick comunity is bound to
them and uses them as slaves to talk with other people from "the
community". however alot of people become "schezune" from
supernatural contact. alot of these people are mostly outcasts who
do wierd "stuff" or considered freaks. most of the schezune life is
sacred to healers and other canidates of leadership in the
I am adding sgezune (G
and Y searches) to create a family of 'sg' keywords:
- Who I am not. A Google image search for rhaworth does not return as many hits as it used to but still a fair number relate to me. However I am not:
but I developed Template:GBthumb which does not demand a 180k byte image for every map.
It is still in use in
an hundred or so articles
although it has now been superseded by a county-specific version as in
The map is still in use over on the French Wikipédia as in Blackpool.
Nor am I anything to do with the Haworth Press who publish such riveting reads as Cataloging & Classification Quarterly.