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30 January 2005

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13:28:30
I saw Wikipes mentioned ast Negatendo and couldn't work out what it was, so went to look. "A global cookbook". Had a look at some recipes : a pound of this, a cup (what size/) of that, weirdly named ingredients - not exactly global!

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09:53:30
This piece about software development is excellent and contains one of the most perceptive statements I have seen for ages : "Remember that managers are essentially secretaries who can fire you"

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09:38:30
I think that the web must be running out of weird websites, or at least new weird websites. It is very noticeable that there is a large increase in the number of links being passed around and logged that point to odd things reported by news sources. I tend not to use these as they are usually linked to death, the links often go stale very quickly and often they are fairly dull. Take "man pees his way out of avalanche" which is everywhere at the moment, it's OK but it's not Pole Shift Prepare.

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09:33:30
Ribbon-based economy

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00:18:30
Enclosures

29 January 2005

Thanks to John W
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17:37:29
Interesting

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17:21:29
Listening to Martin Taylor's Spirit of Django playing a Czardas : it ought to be illegal to be able to play that fast. Rather good though.

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09:36:29
Mr Sun

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09:36:29
Ruminations

28 January 2005

Thanks to Dru, Linda, Gerry, Martin, Ang, Toby
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22:40:28
Fantastic film of Tubby Hayes on BBC4 - what a player he was.

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20:58:28
Bloody PCs. Our home machine has several problems and I'm trying to install XP again. First off the setup keeps on being able to read files and then I actually got all the way through to the end and in the last 15 seconds "KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR". Reboot and it starts the setup all over again from the beginning...... Some faulty hardware somewhere, but I don't know what. The DVD reader seems to be running very very hot so I suppose it could be that, but there again maybe DVD readers always run hot.

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20:56:28
New weebl and bob (well not weebl and bob and fairly dull..)

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19:34:28
Henry Darger

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19:33:28
Save the antelope

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15:04:28
Emusic seems to have about 50 Frank Zappa albums now.

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14:36:28
Cats for Christians? "Additionally, cats practice many unclean habits not befitting a Christian household: coughing up fur balls, licking inappropriate body areas on their own bodies (inappropriate handling) and even, in some cases, on the bodies of their human owners (wrongful motive?), urination on the floor, vocal and blatant promiscuity (unknown to any other species, all others being endowed with Godly chastity and decorum) and widespread sexual misconduct without the benefit or sanctity of holy matrimony, even orgiastic practices, substance abuse of catnip (an intoxicating herb) which produces conditions akin to drunkenness, stealing food from the table, producing ungodly sounds, excessive playfulness and the employment of devices not known to have been used by Jesus, the conducting of its unholy business under the cover of the darkness of night, and so on. What sort of example does this give our young ones endeavoring to faithfully serve Jehovah? The Bible clearly shows that 'neither fornicators .. nor thieves .. nor drunkards .. nor revilers .. will inherit the Kingdom.' (1 Cor. 6:9-11)"

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12:15:28
Hmmmm

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11:57:28
Mr Jack Daniel's Original SIlver Cornet Band

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11:55:28
What is it?

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11:54:28
Exotic guitars

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11:51:28
A fish in Japan

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11:20:28
Baywatch

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10:13:28
Music and the brain

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10:13:28
Face transformer

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10:13:28
2000AD

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10:12:28
What makes a good pet? - Well not something that ought to be out in the wild somewhere that's for sure!

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10:10:28
Çikira

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10:10:28
Green Cookbook

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10:10:28
Digital Trumpet

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10:09:28
Golf Gti in the rain (via snarky malarkey) Did you know that Gene Kelly was running a temperature of 104 when he filmed the original?

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10:06:28
Fusion is easy

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10:05:28
Honey, where you been so long - good stuff

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09:59:28
Hiccups - wonderful

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09:56:28
Naked geeks - very strange. (probably not NSFW though everything is covered up with various kinds of hardware)

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09:55:28
One of the local radio stations is advertising a "service" in supermarkets that provides a machine into which you put coins and get back notes. "For a small fee" - huh? What's wrong with a bank?

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09:29:28
Zhocolate - genuine? Who can tell.

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09:19:28
Geek Rhythms

27 January 2005

Thanks to Toby
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11:43:27
Supper with the stars - the essence of D-list

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11:38:27
Swearing in Welsh

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11:36:27
Bombed Dolls' house

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11:35:27
Pork 4 Kids

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11:32:27
How to tell if your prostitute is an alien

26 January 2005

Thanks to Ken, Martin, Graydon, Bob Bob, Ang
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23:01:26
Ugliest and most pointless vehicle in the world?

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23:00:26
Rocklopedia Fakebandica

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22:49:26
Are people really stupid enough to fall for this?

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18:38:26
Drum solos - I have to confess to hating drum solos. Even the best drummers (and this page has all of them) can't make a drum solo exciting for me : let's face it a drum solo is just an excuse for the rest of the band to have a fag/booze/dope/all of them break.

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18:35:26
Bono Pays Tribute

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16:33:26
Rocky is back

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16:17:26
Good grief

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15:44:26
The Great American Toilet Paper Debate

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15:41:26
Comedy Ointment

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12:44:26
Audio snake oil again - this is so bogus that I can't begin to comprehend people who would be taken in by it. $485 for a beech knob that any competent wood turner could turn out in about 5 minutes. And which will have not detectable (except by audiophiles natch) effect on your system. (via Daily Jive)

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12:13:26
Record Reviews

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12:12:26
A Donegal Hedgerow

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12:11:26
How to fix Mom's Computer

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12:02:26
The Register reports that Swansea to Birmingham also produces interesting results in MS Routefinder

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12:00:26
Biotech Hobbyist Magazine - sounds rather scary to me!

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11:45:26
Printable Checklists

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09:48:26
Lots of good images and information about Newcastle, with more in the archive, and some more in another archive....

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09:44:26
More klingon wedding

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09:43:26
Hmmmm

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09:38:26
Bosch action figures

25 January 2005

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12:53:25
Tea colour chart - nothing there that even remotely looks like the colour of the tea I drink (which is pale, clear and much more yellow than any of the colours on the chart which are all terribly murky looking) (via Negatendo)

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12:46:25
Some funny stuff here (I tried to get this one in yesterday and screwed it up - it's via Everything isn't under control)

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12:44:25
Fine Juggling (But I don't think that it would make for a rivetting afternoon's television)

24 January 2005

Thanks to JC, Martin, Linda
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22:37:24
I had never seen this Johnny Carson on Democracy quote before till it was printed in the Guardian obituary for him. Not that Carson means anything to me, I think I probably saw him no more than 5 or 6 times.

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22:28:24
Fabulous Oscar Peterson radio clip - well, the playing is fabulous, the announcers treatement of OP is mind-bogglingly offensive. (via Mr Anchovy)

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22:13:24
Tap dance in films

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22:10:24
FuDaRe Foundation for Fundamental Dactylogical Reading

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21:56:24
False Advertising

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21:07:24
First with the good news

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21:01:24
Photography by Mark Hammond

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20:50:24
Painted saw blades - but check out all the coffin related stuff as well

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20:50:24
The Thought Project

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20:47:24
Klingon Wedding - I am saying nothing.

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18:24:24
The Auction

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18:17:24
Napkin Air

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16:30:24
Is anyone else being confused by all the current iPod rumour stories where they refer to 5G and 5GB models, the 5G of course being 80G(B)

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15:21:24
I was on a page with one of the Tsunami videos on it and the adverts along the top? "Last minute bookings available in Phuket hotels!"

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15:04:24
Nevada Shoe Tree

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15:04:24
The Happy Drinking Bird

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15:02:24
Melting metals in a domestic microwave

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13:39:24
Folk resource links

23 January 2005

Thanks to Linda, Ole
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22:16:23
Marx out of print

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22:04:23
Stargods

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21:59:23
Web gallery of art

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21:57:23
Whistler's Delight

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21:07:23
RIP Johnny Carson

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19:01:23
My neighbours just bought a new Epson printer - one of the ones you can plug your memory card in and it prints. Anyhow they loaded up the CD to get the drivers etc, and it turns out they haven't got admin, so they reboot to get to the login screen. "Not a system Disk" it says. They call me in and I poke around a bit and find that the printer connects itself to the machine as a demountable disc and the boot sequence is set to boot from USB first, so you have to disconnect the printer in order to boot the machine (yes, or play with the BIOS). The point is, how is Joe Ordinary User supposed to diagnose a problem like that? It's just terrible, terrible design that something like that could happen.

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13:38:23
Dionne Warwick's Cosmic peephole

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13:37:23
Groven Piano project

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13:36:23
Airgami - nice!

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13:30:23
Flashy Drumming - probably too flashy

22 January 2005

Thanks to Len
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20:43:22
Get back to work

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17:06:22
Twice this week I have paid for something using Paypal and the recipients have come back saying "Oh we can't take credit cards" - so why didn't it say anyhting about this on the auction description then? Why the standard Paypal logo with credit card pictures? *sigh* or possibly *grrr*

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17:04:22
Blogtelevision

21 January 2005

Thanks to Ole
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23:36:21
Elektronik Supersonik

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23:19:21
Perfect Victoria

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20:34:21
Wow

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16:58:21
Temple of Hayah

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16:00:21
Dinosaur Adventure land - the place where dinosaurs and the bible meet!

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15:48:21
iPods (might offend!)

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10:41:21
Natural phenomena named after Frank Zappa

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10:39:21
Christian Macintosh User Group - how do you know if your Mac is a Christian? I think mine practices Shinto or possible a cargo cult.

20 January 2005

Thanks to MrBR61
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22:26:20
Free Porn Magic For You!

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22:20:20
Transporter Bridges

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21:51:20
Beyond Bullets - not the NRA

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21:34:20
Hmm, just logged into my gmail account and deleted all the accumulated mail like your not supposed to. Seems I have invites again if anyone is still looking for one. (Can there be anyone who hasn't got a gmail account?)

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21:22:20
Very weird

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21:21:20
Weird cat pics

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21:19:20
Grrrr

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21:13:20
Inflatable pub

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19:20:20
Open Dildonics - exactly what you think it is, so NSFW

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16:41:20
Journalismo - back to analogue

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12:17:20
Think About It - not obvious that they have though

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12:14:20
Yeah, right - I particularly like the way they use the BBC as a scientific reference.

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12:08:20
How to detect lies (or how to lie better...)

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11:35:20
The Pennsyltucky Takeover

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09:30:20
64-bit leaders

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08:57:20
Brainy History

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08:54:20
The improbable event monitoring system

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08:50:20
Circus of disemboweled plush toys

19 January 2005

Thanks to MrBr61, Linda
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21:19:19
Gallery of pornographic stained glass work

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20:16:19
Digibless

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20:04:19
I hate it when it's very windy - all the noise makes me uncomfortable and nervy.

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12:04:19
Goto Mappoint. Set the country to Norway, enter first City as Haugesund and the second city as Trondheim. Press "Get Directions"

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09:50:19
Good grief

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09:41:19
There's been a lot about Betel on the net recently. This article is one of the best I've seen on the risks.

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09:34:19
The Rise and Fall of Federal Food Standards in the United States: The Case of the Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

18 January 2005

Thanks to JC
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20:57:18
So strange! - bogus too (see snopes link in comments)

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20:53:18
Special Report on Inaugural Balloons

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13:22:18
Strange Attractors

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13:09:18
The DNA of Literature

17 January 2005

Thanks to Johnny O., Lynn, Len, Ole, JC, Bob Bob
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21:06:17
Extremely strange - may offend some.

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18:30:17
Bizarre

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12:01:17
And this one

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12:00:17
Another one

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11:59:17
What on earth this about? (Ole?)

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11:55:17
American Carbide Router bits (that's rowter not rooter - though of course for some people they're both rowter)

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11:29:17
Excellent

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11:16:17
Search the African American Music Collection - not that you can actually hear any of it.

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11:12:17
Carbide Lamp Page

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10:28:17
Lots of Flash things

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10:22:17
Kopiluwak

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08:41:17
Kudzu covered houses

16 January 2005

Thanks to Len, JC
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20:58:16
Greetings from Milwaukee

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10:08:16
Jugband.org (via Daily Jive0>

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09:42:16
Robot Skills

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09:38:16
SOS

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09:30:16
Two technorati links because of the different paths people use to link here. I'm trying to claim the links at technorati but not having much luck. I suspect that there are other paths too. *sigh* (The technorati links should be invisible - I'll fix that)

15 January 2005

Thanks to Len, Bernie W
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18:50:15
BTW If you have a link to this weblog as http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/Lindsay/weblog/latest.html can you update it to be http://catless.ncl.ac.uk/bifurcated/rivets/ Thanks.

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18:36:15
Just another test

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18:16:15
You'll be glad to know that the testing all went very well.

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18:15:15
This is another test

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18:10:15
This is a test

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16:53:15
I particularly like The Exciting Sounds of Model Road Racing

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16:50:15
Museum of Bad Album covers

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16:35:15
Piles of gifs and videos - some old, some I hadn't seen, some funny, some not funny at all.

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16:32:15
Kamiel Proost

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10:15:15
Blue Diamond Almonds - strange image of three men in sunglasses and caps up to their waists in almonds.

14 January 2005

Thanks to Len, Lynn
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20:24:14
New Weebl and bob

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16:54:14
My Pet Fat

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16:51:14
Applestore of the future (I got this from another log but I can't recall which one - sorry)

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15:22:14
Freak show

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15:22:14
Hacked website archive

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14:31:14
Human Clock

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11:39:14
Some funny clips here

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11:26:14
Lots of film stuff - including a lot of Weird Al videos that have vanished from elsewhere. I hadn't seen the Beverley Hillbillies done to Money for Nothing before - very clever.

13 January 2005

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19:54:13
Strange iPod movie - off some BBC3 show but I don't know which one.

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19:41:13
Just got the new Eric Clapton "Sessions for Robert J". Haven't watched the DVD yet (it has more tracks) but the CD is great. (My only reservation is that it is probably "copy protected" which I can't approve of). Of course, make sure you don't pay the ludicrous list price for it. It can certainly be got for less than 10UKP.

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07:29:13
Great lightning shot

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07:27:13
I don't see this as a big seller in the UK

12 January 2005

Thanks to JC, Andy
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23:09:12
Christian Rock - amazingly nutty rant. Classic wingnut stuff.

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22:57:12
High Weirdness by Mail - websites for many of the organisations mentioned in the book. Much strangeness.

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22:53:12
Leri Web - FAQ last update 1997 so not a very dynamic site, or else the FAQ is perfect.

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22:40:12
Damn, iTunes 4.7.1 won't install. Probably the same thing as was wrong last time but I can't remember how I fixed it.

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22:11:12
Pelican Network

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22:09:12
Bravo 20

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17:18:12
Cannabis and the Christ: Jesus used Marijuana

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15:50:12
The Elephant's memory

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15:49:12
Rabbit in the Moon

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15:46:12
Symbols

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15:24:12
Nice one

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10:33:12
Tables of operational military satellites

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10:16:12
Church of Stop Shopping

11 January 2005

Thanks to Karl, Bob Bob, Ole, Martin
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20:09:11
Executive High-tech Water Symphony

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20:09:11
Open Source Beer

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20:08:11
Primitive Fire - good stuff

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20:07:11
Touch Guitars

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20:06:11
Weird drums

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20:05:11
Virtual keyboard - the interesting question is whether or not one can easily change the language of the keyboard. It ought to be trivial but probably isn't

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19:58:11
Airdrops

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12:57:11
Souped up

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10:15:11
Yet more - who buys things like these? Expensive products for which there is no evidence that they do anything at all. Bizarre.

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10:12:11
More audio bogosity

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10:10:11
Bogus!!!!

10 January 2005

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21:30:10
Fixed Gear Gallery (via Daily Jive)

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21:12:10
If you go to the Kenny Muhammad Humanorchestra site you appear to get redirected almost at once to stunt-double.com - very odd.

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20:37:10
Bulldozer Camp - possibly the most boring website in the world, and for an idea that is pretty much old hat now, aren't there dozens of places where you can go and driver diggers and stuff?

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15:14:10
Query Letters

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10:16:10
Bizarre T-shirt - the big block of text is the full version of Blake's Tyger.

9 January 2005

Thanks to Hanan, Bob Bob, Ole, John W
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20:18:09
Can someone explain what is amazing about this 4 year old drummer - the kid isn't even close to being in time with himself let alone anyone else!

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10:05:09
The rise of American Fascism

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09:45:09
Power cord anoraks

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09:43:09
Golden Gate Rivet

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09:42:09
Creep - personally, I'm not a fan of Radiohead

8 January 2005

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16:50:08
Museum of computer art

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09:50:08
Complexification : Gallery of Computation

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09:47:08
I just tried the Michelin map site - I asked for directions from my house to my parent's in Edinburgh. The very first thing it did was to send me down an undriveable dirt track that has been a dead end for years. Not impressed.

7 January 2005

Thanks to MrBR61
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20:43:07
Paint.net

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20:41:07
God Hates Rags - I can make no real sense out of this one at all.

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20:30:07
Unbelievable - words fail me

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20:24:07
Denis Leary's Asshole Song

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16:08:07
The Garage

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16:06:07
The Bomp Bookshelf - tries to list all rock music books ever published.

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16:01:07
Little Fluffy

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15:39:07
iMac Fingernails

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15:38:07
What is the point of 99 cent shops? Why not just straight dollar shops? I mean you can't even have a proper half-price sale! It is true though that pound shops are great.

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14:49:07
Tularemia and hamsters

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14:45:07
The Almost True Adventures of an Ex-Mormon Stripper and the Cursed Generations that Came Before

6 January 2005

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17:03:06
New Food

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16:05:06
Doing laundry at CERN

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14:20:06
It's iSketch.net not .com (Thanks chris)

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14:19:06
The Secret World Transit Cabal

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10:57:06
The googling for webcams thing that is doing the rounds at the moment is interesting if voyeuristic. Japanese launderettes, coffee shops, funeral parlours. Odd stuff.

5 January 2005

Thanks to Len, Ole, JC, Bob Bob, Mike, Martin
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21:51:05
I can't fix the Limerick link either from here - just do the obvious. (Turns out I used it a while back - which is why it is hard to fix)

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21:46:05
Bizarre creatures of Japan - ~I can't get the english to work and the Japanese page seems to have nothing about bizarre creatures. Oh well

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21:31:05
I know the incoming signals link is broken - I can't fix it from here though.

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21:24:05
WHo/Beachboys mashups (via Incoming Signals)

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21:12:05
Cigarette Advertising on US TV

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21:06:05
Ars Subtilior - MEdieval music. Some lovely sounds even when rendered in MIDI which actually sounds quite authentic.

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21:02:05
Earthday - nutcase

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21:01:05
Paintings of grenades

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18:39:05
McSpotlight

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18:19:05
Current Impact Risks

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18:19:05
I forgot to mention the new weebl and bob : a return to form I feell

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18:16:05
isketch - this does precisely nothing on Firefox on the Mac so I have no idea...

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18:14:05
English Dictionary in Limerick Form

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18:12:05
Famous Suicides

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18:08:05
Great Moments in Science

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17:59:05
Windows Patch

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17:54:05
No-one ever visited more places in the DPR Korea than we!

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17:29:05
Veiled Conceit

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17:28:05
Build your own Apollo Guidance Computer

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17:27:05
The Historical Text Archive

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10:27:05
5000 year old "animation" - this is certainly interesting but I don't think it is animation unless there is some evidence for the bowl being spun like a zootrope machine.

4 January 2005

Thanks to MrBR61, Ole
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22:13:04
Overheard in New York (via negatendo)

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15:31:04
Candy Cigarettes

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15:31:04
Good grief

3 January 2005

Thanks to JW, JC, Lynn, Martin
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20:20:03
Tiny P2P

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20:07:03
The Homo Handshake

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20:00:03
Arkansas State Prison 1915-1937

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19:57:03
Train Spotting Simulator

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19:50:03
Scotty Moore's 1955 L4 CESN

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19:49:03
Feudal Law Carbeth Hutters Eviction

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19:45:03
Leonardo Digital Reviews

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18:10:03
Rockstars as kids

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18:09:03
Flame Warriors

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18:04:03
Hippie Personals

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17:39:03
How true

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17:24:03
Cellphone booth - I suspect thisone is everywhere at the moment, but that's because it's good.

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11:15:03
Ze Frank 05

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11:09:03
Anomalies Unlimited

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10:57:03
Form 22C

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10:44:03
Double-tongued word wrester

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10:42:03
Ugly Xmas lights

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10:31:03
Norwegian DJ makes boat out of dead pig

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10:30:03
New methods of dead pig disposal

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10:28:03
Banished words 2005

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10:28:03
I wonder if he knows about composting?

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10:27:03
Dead Pig Composting - this may be useful to someone

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10:25:03
Belated happy new year to everyone. Still virused - it just doesn't want to go away.

30 December 2004

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09:45:30
Still not right, but here's one to keep you going : US Bunkers

26 December 2004

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15:04:26
Much improved but still pretty ill. Spent the last four days in bed in the grip of this weird Flu virus which late last night popped open and spread shards of pictures all over my bed - I saw them distinctly. After that the feeling of alien mindcontrol left but I still haven't slept for 5 nights nor eaten much for 4 days. Not up to links - typing is hard as is doing anything actually.

23 December 2004

Thanks to Oink
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12:43:23
Peope will sign anything

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12:42:23
Been feeling like death in a bag for the last few days. Ugh. However let me point you backwards to the comment section for the item on simultaneous birth of twins (I can't be bothered finding the link at the moment - too ill) where you will find a stupendous probabilistic analysis of the event. Kudos, Brendon!

22 December 2004

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14:37:22
Nice images

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13:45:22
Science Fiction Resource Guide - check the terrible awards page. How old fashioned!

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12:31:22
ooops

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12:28:22
Gorgeous

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12:04:22
The Secret Machines

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09:03:22
Scared of Santa

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08:54:22
Huhcorp

21 December 2004

Thanks to Lynn
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12:16:21
Face of tomorrow

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10:01:21
Michael Howard sings the Smiths - I should revoke this link because the perpetrator says bad things about tcl which is my favourite programming system.

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09:28:21
SNL Archives

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09:24:21
Dylan stuff - I'm not a huge fan I must admit

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09:21:21
Excellent

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08:56:21
Jeff Bridges - I like the look of this site. It works quite well.

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08:55:21
Zenpickle

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08:54:21
The most important question is where??

20 December 2004

Thanks to Ole, JC, Martin
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20:49:20
Great Keith Jarrett programme on Channel 4 at the moment.

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14:33:20
Listening to Kasabian's album. Excellent stuff.

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14:32:20
Quitting the paint factory (via Angus Index)

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14:10:20
Samurai Guitar Spirits - possibly some of the ugliest guitars I have ever seen

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14:05:20
Fetish Guitars

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14:04:20
rock and roll icon art

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11:28:20
My Virtual Band (via red ferret) Excellent Idea - I was thinking about doing something like this (which is why I think it is an excellent idea of course)

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11:24:20
Nice!

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11:22:20
Perfect Houseplants - check out the soundclip for Pageant

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09:49:20
Utisira - nice photos in the gallery

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09:12:20
The American College of Orgonomy

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09:04:20
Fantastic! Really useful. What a great aid to understanding what is going on. We need more of these.

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09:02:20
The Omori scale

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