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28 May 2005

Thanks to Larry, Martin
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20:59:28
Sultan of Brunei's private plane

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20:50:28
Horn excerpts

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20:49:28
I've spent all day knocking down part of a wall with a breaker and I'm shattered and aching. Whoever built the wall used concrete rather than mortar and it is close to being an immovable object.

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20:47:28
Robb Report Luxury Portal

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20:46:28
Sellotape sculpture

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08:46:28
Windows rapidly approaching desktop usability

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08:43:28
Groovy Candies - or sweeties as civilised people call them. Note that they are selling "Spring Candies" - the USA has weird seasonal foods too. (Candy corn being another example)

27 May 2005

Thanks to Ang, Ole, Lynn, JW, Len
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22:05:27
Ha (NSFW sort of)

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15:49:27
300 images

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15:45:27
ipums

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15:37:27
Anti-piracy

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15:31:27
Pissoir

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14:33:27
Guess the google - remarkably easy I would say.

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14:28:27
I wish that google would hurry up and get the high-res satellite pictures of the UK up so that we can start doing google sightseeing for places I actually know.

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14:26:27
Common Errors in English - is that common as in "frequent" or as in "vulgar", or possibly both.

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11:43:27
Trapped in a well

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11:27:27
Isle of Wight Garlic Festival

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10:33:27
Not by bread alone

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10:26:27
Safety at work

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10:10:27
Word Spy

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10:09:27
Send me your wound - a site to know about but not to visit methinks.

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10:09:27
I like this desktop wallpaper (though I never use them myself)

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10:07:27
The Bad Livers Live

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10:05:27
Big stuff - I assume that these are the people responsible for "altering" the landscape in large parts of the USA that you can see on google sightseeing.

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10:03:27
Shannon's juggling robot

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09:49:27
Some neat ideas about Javascript error logging

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09:35:27
Good new Weebl and Bob (3 million 12 times better than the last few have been)

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09:31:27
Isn't this what sport coaches are meant to do? And where did they find such a cultured coach? I'm sure all the ones I've ever come across would have used quite different words.

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09:29:27
NYC v Tokyo

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09:28:27
Predator at the Chessboard - I must say that I have never enjoyed chess.

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09:27:27
Back to the Forest Movement

26 May 2005

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23:51:26
Thumbnail guide to the Sith

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13:22:26
CD repair kits compared

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07:36:26
Also clever

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07:32:26
Thirteen

25 May 2005

Thanks to http://www.onehitwondercentral.com/
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22:59:25
Pop Cult Mag

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07:54:25
It's my father-in-law's 90th birthday today.

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07:53:25
One Hit Wonder Central

24 May 2005

Thanks to JW
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23:35:24
Excellent

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12:46:24
This is the missing review link from yesterday.

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12:43:24
Parkeharrison

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12:38:24
Fantastic!!

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09:26:24
Big Crater (Not exactly sure where it is though. Canada somewhere?)

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09:22:24
Bugbash

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09:18:24
And another

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09:03:24
So's this

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09:01:24
Addictive

23 May 2005

Thanks to Ang
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23:20:23
Excellent review of that film0> - some great lines. In the review, not the film. (Sorry link got lost...see tomorrow)

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21:05:23
Wow

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20:11:23
Takorasu

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20:09:23
Hihotaru

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19:56:23
Hmm, Bloglines just went weird on me.

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19:53:23
The Collier Classification SYstem for Very Small Objects

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16:37:23
Prompts (via Folderol)

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15:56:23
Odd but addictive

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15:49:23
Balance (didn't show in Firefox for me, had to use IE)

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15:46:23
Yikes

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12:39:23
I just noticed that I missed the 6th birthday of this weblog which was on the 30th April! So did everybody else.

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12:22:23
Hmmmm

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12:18:23
Ampache

22 May 2005

Thanks to Ole, Alistair, Ang
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20:14:22
Sock Monkey

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19:29:22
Birdtown

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19:27:22
Gravitas

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19:26:22
Scotch Ostrich Egg (or more accurately IMHO an Ostrich Scotch egg)

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19:23:22
Pepper

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01:38:22
Loopcity

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01:21:22
Not as pissed as last night (and that's British pissed not American). Oh, and I found some decent tequila in Fenwicks in Newcastle today, but I haven't bought any yet. I got a PVR today though which is fun.

21 May 2005

Thanks to ole, Ang
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21:25:21
swish-e (link now fixed)

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20:58:21
Messengers of Faith

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17:26:21
Mad physics

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17:25:21
Walter Miller and it stops in 2002

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17:19:21
Weird and creepy

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09:46:21
How user friendly!!

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09:45:21
Very strange - I had a look on google maps but can't find the power plant they talk about.

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09:38:21
Nuke Pills

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01:26:21
good grief. pissed again.

20 May 2005

Thanks to Paola, Ang
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21:33:20
Oooops

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21:01:20
Where is tomorrow now?

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16:24:20
An old one but always good

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16:22:20
What European Tribes Think About One Another

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16:18:20
Extreme Poledance - what?

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16:17:20
Unisex

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13:52:20
Shinozaki Mazaki

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13:37:20
Colour Palette tools - useful

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13:29:20
Hmmmmm

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13:27:20
The Google personalised portal is very dull

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13:08:20
Vienna Symphonic Library

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13:06:20
And of course Tom Tomorrow is also excellent on the same topic.

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13:05:20
Excellent

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12:49:20
Crying while eating - strange

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10:16:20
Unfortunate starwars costumes (well, more unfortunate than usual let's say)

19 May 2005

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22:54:19
More funny films

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09:15:19
Jane's guide NSFW : "just look at all the smut we look at for you"

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09:12:19
Deere John

18 May 2005

Thanks to Mark, Martin, Mike
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23:45:18
The Phrontistery

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16:57:18
The Alphabet of Life - sadly too true

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16:47:18
All roads lead to apache

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16:46:18
Circumstitions

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16:45:18
Dog

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16:43:18
Spacializer

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16:41:18
More neat CSS/JS tricks

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16:35:18
Sprol

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16:20:18
National Anthems

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14:05:18
Kinky shopper KOed by vibrating knickers

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13:24:18
Inco superstack

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12:33:18
IP Mapping with Google maps - nearly gets it right, but in fact puts catless slap bang in the middle of Society for propogation of Christian Knowledge bookshop. (Of course the registered lat/long might be wrong)

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07:30:18
The Circular Life - excellent

17 May 2005

Thanks to Larry, Graydon, Johnny O, Kevin
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23:00:17
Browser shots

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22:53:17
The PS3 demos are rather impressive - the Eye Toy one particularly.

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22:35:17
I might try this (though I just bought a new natural keyboard)

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22:02:17
I was reading the paper today about this family who were trying to get some recognition of the fact that their grandfather who was executed for "cowardice" in the first world war was in fact completely shell-shocked and should have been invalidded out. And they are told that there is no legal case! It really gets me so angry and upset - there was a huge injustice done to most (and probably) all of the soldiers executed for cowardice or desertion and it would cost nothing to pardon them now, yet nobody in authority is prepared to admit that a mistake was made nearly 100 years ago. Grrrrrr.

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14:04:17
Esuvee

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13:59:17
New Earth Time

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12:38:17
Listening to the Grisman/Taylor Acoustic Jazz Quartet  UK  USA - excellent stuff.

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10:18:17
Elastic baby (didn't work in Firefox for me)

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10:15:17
K9 training (long!)

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09:46:17
Re-discovery

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09:25:17
The Holly plane crash

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09:09:17
I want all of them. Especially Swami and Flying Missionary, ooh and possibly Apostolic Scribe.

16 May 2005

Thanks to Martin, MrBR61, Ang
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23:06:16
Lint Guys

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22:53:16
gulp

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22:51:16
Good to be square - what is it selling though?

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22:47:16
A Hamburger Today

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22:41:16
Explain to me why people aren't clamouring to get this shutdown?

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22:39:16
Cousin Couples

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22:38:16
Great Mobile Homes of Mississippi

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22:37:16
Bird

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22:14:16
Blogomatic

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21:42:16
trying a pen tablet so this May Not be well spelled

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21:00:16
tick tick tick tick

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20:58:16
Polytron

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20:56:16
Magic Roundabout

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17:29:16
Please come to Cannibal Island

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17:26:16
I was going to get a custom action figure made of me but then I saw the price.

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17:16:16
I hate Pet Sounds so this is welcome.

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17:08:16
Letterboxing - sounds like some kind of deviant sexual practice, but it isn't.

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17:06:16
Speedtest

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17:05:16
Neat

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17:02:16
Exalead

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16:57:16
Morgue file (nothing to do with dead bodies)

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16:47:16
Where Lego come's from

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16:40:16
Uke till you puke

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16:20:16
Sugar Bush Squirrel

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13:27:16
World Carrot Museum

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13:20:16
Make a South Park character

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13:15:16
Boring

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12:28:16
Clatterbox

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12:14:16
Why?

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12:13:16
Big bends nut sauce

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11:57:16
Butterflies and Wheels

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11:42:16
Handwriting tips - maybe I should convert to a postlog so comments have to be done in writing via snailmail.

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11:39:16
Strange

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10:57:16
Bunny

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10:46:16
Zero Wing Rhapsody

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10:43:16
Don't be light - weird but excellent

15 May 2005

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22:25:15
Notemaking

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21:15:15
makes you wonder how it turned out (badly I should imagine)

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20:54:15
More Kanji practice

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20:48:15
Ad guy starter kit

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20:44:15
Songs to wear pants to

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20:42:15
Removing garment ink tags (via Mr Barrett)

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20:23:15
A faster, better behaved Windows

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15:51:15
Lots of strange German spam today.

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13:48:15
On One Wheel

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13:46:15
Crosspondular has now made it into Google.

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13:45:15
Bitty - neat

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13:36:15
Bill Evans Memorial Library - a pity it isn't all online though.

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13:34:15
Frets Only

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09:35:15
Creative think

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09:33:15
I wasn't going to mention that film, but note that Carrie Fisher looks older than or at least as old as her mother (Go to the page and click the left arrow as it is the last image in the sequence) The miracles that are hair dye and plastic surgery.

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09:16:15
God's total quality management questionnaire

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09:13:15
My profuse apologies to Larry (and his lovely wife and two beautiful daughters) for forgetting to give him a thank you for a link I used the other day. Mea Culpa. Cave Canem. Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes.

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09:09:15
RIP Jimmy Martin

14 May 2005

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19:46:14
Red Earl - going to make one of these later tonight.

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09:58:14
Google UFO

13 May 2005

Thanks to Mark, Martin, Ang
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23:56:13
Store wars

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23:11:13
All eyes

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23:10:13
How to brew beer in a coffee pot

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23:00:13
Secret Wall tattoos

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22:53:13
Katakana Practice (All these J-links are for my convenience)

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22:45:13
Kanjicards

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22:43:13
Children's Dictionary

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22:42:13
koko wa Issa no haiku ga arimasu

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22:39:13
Japanese writing tutor

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22:30:13
Katakana stroke order

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22:30:13
Kanji Practice

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22:29:13
Hiragana stroke order

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22:27:13
The Japanese Garden

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22:25:13
Welcome to Edo

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22:23:13
Le Tumulte Noir

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22:21:13
Jazz Roots

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22:18:13
Wonderful

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20:30:13
Fascinating

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16:48:13
The Garden of Zopa

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14:06:13
Why Microsoft Word is better than OpenOffice.org Writer

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13:54:13
I signed up at Outfoxed to give it a whirl so if you need an invitation then ask me.

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13:48:13
Before and After

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13:43:13
Good Grief

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13:24:13
The Britblog thing is just so as to play around with the Chart that they run, not through any kind of overt patriotism.

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12:06:13
Interesting (ish) idea - of course there are all kinds of privacy issues as usual

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12:03:13
Perfect Sideburns

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11:42:13
Strange - I don't why this site refers to these glass paperweights as "marbles" : not a usage I have ever come across. Possibly a crosspondular usage.

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11:39:13
Listening to the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain. (the CDDB genre is "unclassifiable") Interesting and clever but something that will probably wear thin quite quickly : certainly not repeat play material

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09:14:13
Geek Fantasies - make sure you watch the previews.

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09:03:13
Interesting

12 May 2005

Thanks to Richard
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19:31:12
The Church of Reality

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19:03:12
Rejected "Love is" comics

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15:13:12
World's Oldest recording

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15:04:12
Honolulu Cakewalk

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14:57:12
Meet the world

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14:55:12
But why?

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08:34:12
More David Elsewhere

11 May 2005

Thanks to Martin, Larry, Rick
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22:17:11
Boxed Thoughts

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21:46:11
Good grief

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21:37:11
marketingtowomenonline - I wonder if you split the letters up in a different way you get somethign meaning ful in some other language : marke tingto wome nonli ne. Looks like an African language to me.

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13:30:11
Charles Arthur is also asking the Sudoku question.

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13:22:11
Conversate

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13:10:11
Not my idea of fun

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13:08:11
Bow-wow

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09:28:11
A Short History of the Chinese Restaurant

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09:26:11
World VR

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09:13:11
Gigateway

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09:11:11
Nearby

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08:57:11
Sorry to go on about Sudoku, but what is so special about hand-generated puzzles over computer generated ones? The Guardian is making a big deal that their puzzles are the only ones being published in Britain that are done by hand. This is a grid of numbers not pottery or something - how can doing it by hand make any difference at all?

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08:54:11
Linda reminds me of Hoogerbrugge wher I haven't been for a while - as strange (and brilliant) as usual of course.

10 May 2005

Thanks to Susan, http://www.blogwise.com/googlemaps/?lat=54.9803&lng=-1.6157, Larry, Martin
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23:28:10
I just did today's Sudoku as well. I still don't see the point other than as a time waster. There is no challenge to it at all - it's entirely mechanical.

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22:58:10
Why have I managed never to hear of Billy Bang till now?

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22:50:10
How to perform strongman stunts by Otley R. Coulter (whose name looks like it is an anagram)

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22:08:10
And the point of sudoku is? I tried yesterday's in the Guardian and it seems to be simply a matter of applying logic to the layout. I suppose it has the advantage that you can check that you have it right yourself.

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21:12:10
Harry Pellegrin's creationvof the Rory Gallagher Signature Model Story

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21:11:10
Cadillac Ranch

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09:19:10
Everybody needs good Neighbours

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09:06:10
Watershed

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08:56:10
Firefox Ads : which will only play for me in IE!!!!

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08:50:10
Real Simple (Except when it comes to building websites)

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08:48:10
Madness really

9 May 2005

Thanks to Mark, Kieran, Lynn
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21:27:09
I love the tag story at the end of this piece.

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21:20:09
iGrill

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21:18:09
NNDb

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16:46:09
Cellphedia

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16:16:09
HHGTTG on blogging - thank goodness this is a weblog rather than a blog.

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15:40:09
Chip and Spin

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14:12:09
Bob's Cube

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13:54:09
"Do ministers do more than lay people?"

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13:50:09
Oh, a be sure to check out the front page of the previous site. (Ahh, it is a Landover baptist production)

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13:48:09
Hmmmm

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13:47:09
What???

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12:44:09
Bass Harp

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12:43:09
Contrabass Mania

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12:42:09
US National Music Museum

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12:39:09
Cyber Sax

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12:12:09
2005 Star Wars fan films - much better than the original.

8 May 2005

Thanks to Ang
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21:53:08
Flower key (UK flowers only and not comprehensive)

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19:55:08
In The 00s

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19:52:08
Secret Fun Spot

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19:48:08
All Magic

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19:43:08
Ephemera Now

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19:41:08
Newspaper index

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19:36:08
Strange

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09:40:08
Watermelon sculptures - been linked from lots of places but these are remarkable.

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09:37:08
Cloud Gallery Lookalikes

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00:03:08
American Mile Markers

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00:00:08
TaskSketch

7 May 2005

Thanks to MrBR61
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23:50:07
Pill bottle redesign - clever

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23:48:07
Cross browser

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23:33:07
Carrot au Lait

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10:25:07
Excellent

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10:22:07
Bucket and Dog

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10:21:07
The Phone - an old one I think.

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10:18:07
Learn morse code

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10:08:07
Get rid of that Kensington Laptop Lock...

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09:52:07
Pet rats

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09:51:07
Oops I Pooped

6 May 2005

Thanks to Larry
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20:53:06
Rare and Valuable Albums

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20:48:06
Tunnel Tigers

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20:47:06
God hates shrimp

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20:46:06
History of the Internet

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20:45:06
A day in the life of Africa

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13:24:06
And you thought the pictures of me were bad?

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07:28:06
Only in America (and possibly Egypt)

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07:25:06
Poor choice of logo methinks

5 May 2005

Thanks to Larry, Ang
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22:54:05
Nice one

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22:50:05
Food Labels

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22:49:05
I'm sure I put up a link to the acoustic version of Straight Outta Comptons but I can't find it, so here it is again. Makes a great song. (NSFW of course)

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22:39:05
Bohemian Grove Fact Sheet

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18:05:05
Christian Femdom

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17:18:05
Time wasting

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17:16:05
Daily Rotation

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12:45:05
In search of the blue agave (hard to get really good tequila in the UK as far as I can make out - tips welcome)

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12:33:05
The Chemist

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12:28:05
Baby Gramps Playing

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12:27:05
Baby Gramps

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12:24:05
Real HHG - mostly not very good

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12:24:05
Digital Hair Extension

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10:05:05
Sloganizer

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09:22:05
Someone has been watching to much Bunuel

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09:17:05
Bad MIDI delight

4 May 2005

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16:22:04
Minerva Classics

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15:43:04
Backpack is interesting (though some of the rave reviews are a little OTT - it's not that special!)

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15:36:04
I'm just messing around with a machine in Coleraine....

2 May 2005

Thanks to Carl, Ole
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20:08:02
Empty Bowl

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19:42:02
MS Crash

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19:41:02
Lightning on demand

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19:38:02
Wonderful

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19:16:02
Rent my Son (via Fishbucket)

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17:43:02
Off to N. Ireland for a couple of todays (part of the validation team for someone's degree course) so all will be peaceful round here till I get back.

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17:42:02
Odd

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17:03:02
Good Grief

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00:04:02
Went to a workshop with Darrol Anger and Rushad Eggleston this morning. Good stuff.

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00:03:02
Good spoof

1 May 2005

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08:59:01
Rushad Eggleston's site

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00:53:01
Just got back from the Sage, Gateshead from a concert by Darrol Anger and Rushad Eggleston. One of the best concerts I have ever seen in my whole life. Eggleston is simply the most astonishing cello player I have ever seen. If you get the chance to see him, grab it. (Which is not to denigrate Darrol Anger who was amazing as well). I'm still totally stoked by it.

30 April 2005

Thanks to Larry
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21:06:30
Amazing

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20:49:30
Sphincterine

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20:46:30
RIP Cyril Tawney and Percy Heath

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10:05:30
Titanic passenger list

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10:03:30
The Death of Sam Cooke

29 April 2005

Thanks to Martin
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22:03:29
Just got back from the Ornette Coleman concert at the Sage, gateshead. Wow - Coleman, his son on drums and two double bass players. Excellent stuff.

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16:41:29
Hmmm

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16:22:29
Zydeco Tie

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16:22:29
Fine looking Uke

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16:21:29
Hairstyles

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16:07:29
Kings of Queen (the drummer is one of my students)

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15:45:29
Try the "Satellite" button at maps.google.com

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15:06:29
Hmmmm

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13:56:29
Our Colony

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13:53:29
Hot Ghetto Mess - almost certain to offend in some way.

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13:51:29
Stuff on my cat (not my cat - he wouldn't put up with it)

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12:33:29
useful

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10:05:29
Weird stuff

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10:02:29
Charlie the Hamster Evangelistic Ministry

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10:00:29
The Ayatollah's Book Of Etiquette

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10:00:29
Fantastic

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09:52:29
aaaaggh

28 April 2005

Thanks to Ang
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23:34:28
The Gay Agenda

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16:31:28
The Future We Were promised

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16:29:28
Pizza Royals

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16:24:28
Shuffling cards

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16:11:28
Lee Harris

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15:47:28
Does anyone know that the setting in the Windows registry is that controls whether or not you can click on a link in an email message and have it open in your browser? One day it stopped working and I started gettign a message about the operation being forbidden because of settings. As you would expect I had set nothing so i have no idea what to do to unset the setting.... As usual having posted a request for help I almost instantly found out how to fix the problem.

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13:56:28
Acid3

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13:47:28
Hmmmm - Milton keynes an Illuminati project?

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12:38:28
Sifr example

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12:36:28
Press Display

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11:34:28
Mock Duck

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11:20:28
Gated Community viewing platforms

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11:18:28
Thread Bared

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10:43:28
Jimmy Clitheroe

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10:39:28
Undo

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09:32:28
That's a big one

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08:47:28
Prevent Road Rage (or just learn to drive properly)

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08:45:28
Day of dots clock

27 April 2005

Thanks to Ole, Ang, Bob Bob
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22:21:27
Ghetto Tatooing

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22:14:27
Concealed Garments

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22:10:27
The "next" link in the last volume is now there and the date links have been fixed too.

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13:13:27
Crawling along

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12:47:27
feet

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08:57:27
The Genius Forum - very odd indeed

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