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18 September 2005

Thanks to Tom C., Ole, Ang, Mark
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22:22:18
Earth bound dog

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22:21:18
Hello Bento

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22:09:18
Grrrr- I can't find the right sequence

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21:43:18
Gravity is only a theory

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20:12:18
Netvibes is rather good

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19:59:18
Hackoff (It's a blook. *sigh*)

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19:53:18
Mardi Gras panorama

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19:50:18
Rate my finger

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19:48:18
Sorrygottago

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19:42:18
Hah

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19:27:18
What you might need to buikd a bridge

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16:36:18
Rebirth Brass Band

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14:00:18
Weirdsville web radio

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13:58:18
How the hell did I miss this??

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13:52:18
Key of Z (I'm reading this book at the moment)

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12:14:18
Old Version

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11:23:18
wsFinder

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11:20:18
The covert comic

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11:09:18
I saw Jakob Nielsen (usability guru) on a programme on BBC4 that I recorded : I hadn't realised that Matt Lucas had a second job.

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10:28:18
iPod my baby

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10:10:18
Fantastic collection of links to sites about abandoned stuff put together by ILuvNUFC. Why I wonder are there so many abandoned asylums in the USA? I've never seen an abandoned ayslum! (Mind you I've never seen an Old Aquarium or a disused Zoo which are the standbys of things like Superman and Scooby Doo)

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00:53:18
Hmmm

17 September 2005

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21:44:17
Japan SAQ

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19:38:17
The Literary Machine

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19:30:17
Recipe for disaster

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19:06:17
Classic Cat (nothing to do with cats)

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18:43:17
rational Trig (I have to say I never found Trig irrational : it always made perfect sense to me)

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18:41:17
Printing glossary

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17:57:17
Ulysses - looks interesting. I'm trying it out.

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10:32:17
The Anal Sacs page

16 September 2005

Thanks to ML, Stef, Bill, Ole
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21:40:16
XHTML Character Entity Reference

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21:05:16
Much goodness here

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16:35:16
Kudzu

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16:17:16
Here's the 3M version of transparent duct tape - don't know if they sell this over here yet though.

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15:18:16
Huh?

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14:56:16
SUV Deflation

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14:21:16
World Naked Gardening Day - I couldn't persuade anyone to do it and it was a lovely day too.

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14:20:16
Katrina Tetris

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14:17:16
Live version of the Internet Helpdesk

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14:07:16
I found a need for some transparent duct tape but I don't know if such a thing exists.

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14:03:16
iPatch

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14:03:16
How to speak auction (you'll need to do this now ebay have bought Skype)

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14:02:16
TV Themes

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14:01:16
Belaradio

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14:00:16
I don't know if I could go out on this or not.

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13:49:16
Go to BBC Radio2 Listen Again and pick Bob Harris Country and fast forward to about 50 minutes and listen to a great live version of City of New Orleans by Arlo Guthrie with Emmylou Harris and others.

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12:22:16
Am I gay? (This will offend you if you get offended by people asking questions about sex)

15 September 2005

Thanks to Mark
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22:41:15
Gay Fuel

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22:33:15
Lots of MTB videos if you happen to like MTB videos (I do) (via Information Junk)

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16:03:15
DST

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16:01:15
Astonishing Antipodean Antics

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14:56:15
Magical Trevor 3 (I have no idea)

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14:52:15
Bad Tattoos

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12:41:15
Capture Newcastle (via ILuvNUFC)

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12:37:15
Gwen Stefani is turning into Madonna

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12:30:15
Amazing (via Hemaworstje)

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09:17:15
La Triste Fumeaux

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09:10:15
A pole lot of fun

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09:09:15
Surely a fake (close up)

14 September 2005

Thanks to Stefan, JC
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20:05:14
Italian rap

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18:57:14
On The Road covers (via Information Junk)

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16:28:14
What white folks can't say

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16:06:14
Brilliant

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15:57:14
Shades of the Great Hedge of India (which, if you don't know about, you should read the book about it)

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15:54:14
Hear some Basque - very strange, Spanish sounding with some Japanese overtones, and a bit of French in there too.

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15:43:14
Flock

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15:42:14
Pacmanhattan

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15:26:14
Liquid costs per gallon

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14:32:14
Queer Archaeology and Anthropology

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12:47:14
Hippy Shopper

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12:33:14
Message in a bottle

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12:25:14
Iwas trying to use Gizmo, and can't get it to work on the Windows box properly at all - keeps crashing. Works oon the iBook but the sounds quality is very poor.

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10:05:14
Why can I never get Trillian to work? Messenger works fine but Trillian won't connect to it (or any of the other services). *sigh*

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09:35:14
Great stuff here (that last image is part of it)

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09:33:14
Hah

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08:55:14
Had to buy a new monitor for home since that one croaked. Looked at LCDs but they are still to pricey : none of the ones I could afford had digital in for exampel. The CRT was half the price and had a better picture I reckon.

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08:48:14
"12% think Joan of Arc was Noah's wife" (via Davenetics)

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08:46:14
Good lord (via Daily Jive) (This is probably a hoax (see comments), and I must admit that it strains credulity rather, particularly at the end)

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08:39:14
How odd

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08:37:14
Oh bloody hell, someone is writing about Web 3.0 now.....

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08:35:14
Work blind (work is an adjective and blind a noun here, not a verb and adjective as you might have thought)

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08:34:14
Jessica Joslin

13 September 2005

Thanks to Ang, Patrick, Karl, Stef, Paul
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20:42:13
Petrol Direct

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13:45:13
Tokyo pictures by Neil

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13:42:13
Good grief (have a listen)

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13:19:13
What is with all this "Web 2.0" bollocks that is burgeoning everywhere at the moment? It is so pretentious and annoying.

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13:13:13
Hah

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12:07:13
Christian Rock exposed "Among the surprises emerging from the research is that teenagers do not come to church because it has hot music"

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10:39:13
Neat

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09:26:13
Eric Johnson video

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09:20:13
Ton of interesting photos here including lots of Jazz album covers

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09:17:13
This is nice

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09:14:13
Gypsy Guitar (a large collection of dead links unfortunately)

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09:09:13
Eric Johnson - some nice playing here.

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08:34:13
Science Fiction Clichés (via Everything Isn't)

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08:31:13
I hope everyone is going to stop talking about cricket obsessively now.

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08:27:13
Java Kaleidoscope

12 September 2005

Thanks to Stef, Ang
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21:51:12
RPS-15

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15:55:12
Good grief

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15:38:12
So absinthe and stilton then

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13:51:12
Was freaked out a bit yesterday : I was unpacking some shopping, in particular a bag of fruit, including bananas, when I felt something sting my wrist, it fell to the floor and looked very like a spider until I realised it was just a bee that had landed on its back. Phew.

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12:48:12
Clara Rockmore method for the Theremin

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12:48:12
Ecclesia Gnostica Universalis

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12:47:12
The Esoteric Tradition

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12:33:12
Not sure about some aspects of the Guardian re-design. G2 is way too narrow and just looks wrong. Fundamentally of course, I like broadsheets so it is too small for my taste, but at least they didn't go tabloid

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11:36:12
Akkk (via Hemaworstje)

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10:04:12
I don't get this eBay and Skype thing. Why would I want one-click calling between buyers and sellers? Half the time we're in entirely different timezones!

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10:03:12
Bathtub bass (via the Daily Jive)

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09:56:12
A niche product (I suppose it's a nice little urner)

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09:55:12
Unusual fiddles

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09:53:12
But does it work with the nano?

11 September 2005

Thanks to Ang, Ole
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23:27:11
Uuuuuuuugh

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23:15:11
Crematorium equipment anyone?

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23:15:11
Not forgetting pets of course

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23:10:11
Now back from Alison Krauss. 2 and a quarter hour set without a break. JD was excellent as expected, and of course everyone else was excellent, but by the end I was rather bored : practically all they did was medium tempo numbers that were all pretty similar. Each one done well, but after a while, you know..... Also the sound balance was, to my ears, terrible. As with almost every concert with acoustic musicians now, there was far too much amplification and the overall sound was mushy. In particular the banjo and dobro just wiped each other out. AK's fiddle was inaudible a lot of the time too. I was expecting the set to be fairly samey since that's how I find the CDs but the sound quality was a let down.

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16:49:11
Off to see Alison Krauss & Union Station at the Sage tonight. (Well, I'm really going to see Jerry Douglas, but you know what I mean)

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09:55:11
Hmmm - can't make my mind up about this (long)

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09:40:11
Frontier Psychiatrist

10 September 2005

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23:22:10
Good stuff (though not the accident of course)

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22:35:10
IFOCE

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21:46:10
Neat

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21:39:10
Trusted Computing - yes, it's linked by everyone today, but it's important

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21:27:10
From Patrick in the comments - I have no idea.

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09:25:10
It takes all kinds

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09:24:10
Manolo's shoe weblog

9 September 2005

Thanks to Stefan, JC
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23:12:09
Windows on Haiti presents Tequila Minsky

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22:35:09
Cashew Processing in Senegal

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22:32:09
Jacket Magazine

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22:30:09
Kabardians

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22:28:09
Google fails me : I'm trying to find a picture of the Watt steam engine at Habitation Price near Jacmel in Haiti, but no luck so far.

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21:10:09
Voynich (as in Manuscript) was married to the daughter of George Boole ( as in Boolean logic) who was it turns out married to the niece of the person after whom Mt Everest is named.

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20:34:09
Sustained venom

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20:28:09
Reader 2

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20:21:09
Might be nice to have I wonder if they would send me a review copy?

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15:47:09
Loads of interesting stuff here

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15:41:09
Coldplay

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15:40:09
Excellent

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14:15:09
Excellent New Orleans photo sequence

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14:03:09
"never skipped or froze" - shouldn't people reviewing technology at least understand that technology a little? (I still want one of course)

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12:35:09
There was a terrible piece in the Guardian the other day about "Fairtrade recipes" : they asked random people (Joan Colins for god sake!!) for their favourite FT recipe, and every single recipe they printed was essentially a standard recipe with the word "Fairtrade" inserted before the one ingredient that they knew might be available as a Fairtrade product. Very weak "journalism".

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12:23:09
Telecrapper 2K - listen to some of the examples. (Number 3 is brilliant)

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12:17:09
Mento music

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11:41:09
Guide to Japanese Castles

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09:46:09
Amiright

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09:21:09
nice one

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09:16:09
Why there has to be a city where New Orleans is.

8 September 2005

Thanks to Savas, Graydon, Ang, Mark, Ole
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22:07:08
Michael Jackson?

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21:55:08
iPod-Handy (Handy is German for mobile phone/cellphone if you didn't already know)

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21:42:08
Mandolin Museum (Thanks Patrick)

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16:15:08
The Million Dollar homepage

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14:28:08
eBay sent me a link to rather ridiculous certificate (PDF) because I have 100 positive feedbacks. They suggest that I print it out and put it on the wall. How weird is that? It's the sort of thing that shyster lawyers would do.

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14:21:08
Good new Weebl and bob

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12:26:08
I agree with this - tagging is definitely unsound, particularly given that most of the people creating the tags can't actually spell properly.

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12:18:08
JSON (geek interest only)

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12:13:08
Mandolux (nothing to do with extra-special mandolins sadly)

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11:42:08
For all the moaning-minnies readers who complain about comments being a pop-up, the Deer Park Beta lets you force all windows into tabs.

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10:34:08
Domain names

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10:14:08
Good photos

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10:05:08
Organic HTML (this site doesn't make a very pretty flower, nor does the BBC, try the Guardian which at least has some colour to it)

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10:00:08
Toast leaner's club (via Folderol)

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09:50:08
Not sure about iTunes 5 look, but I certainly want a black Nano.

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09:10:08
Lovely harmonica version of Caravan

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08:58:08
They have recreated this image of Brian Jones and Anita Pallenberg for the new movie about him and the first thing that struck me when I saw it was that Jones/Pallenberg in the new photo are so insipidly pretty and dull. The originals have character in their faces, are even downright ugly by some standards, but they have charisma. (I haven't found a link for the new image yet) Here's Pallenberg today.

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08:51:08
Ronson on Kubrick

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08:50:08
That's how to save lives

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08:49:08
Katrina slideshow

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08:46:08
Hah!

7 September 2005

Thanks to JC
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17:04:07
Hah

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16:02:07
I'm running the Firefox 1.5 beta - seems OK so far (extensions are all off though)

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15:50:07
Rubberduck is great fun - I have some great techno sounds going on in the background. (Still need to get rebirth though)

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15:21:07
Shocking if accurate

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15:03:07
Chef DB

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10:33:07
Blackberry Blossom is one of my favourite tunes

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09:27:07
Got unicode?

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09:24:07
Odd signs (supposedly)

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09:09:07
Hmmmmmm

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08:56:07
Lots of good stuff here (for the more ancient amongst you...)

6 September 2005

Thanks to Mr BR61, Stef, Patrick
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19:31:06
Queerty

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16:28:06
Luther Wright and the Wrongs

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16:10:06
Hayseed Dixie doing Ace of Spades

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14:30:06
Ooops

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14:27:06
Everything sounds like Coldplay now (Does anyone actually like Coldplay? I have yet to meet anyone who thinks they are anything other than dull, but they sell appear to sell shed loads of records. Odd)

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14:26:06
Rubberduck

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13:59:06
Hmmmm

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13:53:06
Don't USA cars come with locking caps by default? I can't recall the last car I had that didn't have a locking cap.

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12:08:06
Now, that's a rant (via Mr Barrett)

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11:54:06
Worldometers

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09:03:06
Why do so many men who cross dress like to dress slutty?

5 September 2005

Thanks to Ole, JC, Stef
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21:36:05
Library Thing

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16:50:05
Johnny Rocketfingers (might offend)

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16:44:05
Food sculpture

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15:38:05
Elvis

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15:33:05
TOOOl

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15:32:05
One good piece of news for the USA : the new Robbie Williams album won't be released over there.

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12:09:05
Failing the Turing test

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12:07:05
8 Notes

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10:38:05
Why nobody should live in the USA

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10:36:05
Interesting

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09:27:05
Great (Something up with this link : th elink is correct but it fails)

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09:14:05
T-shirt database

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09:14:05
Bathing in Japan

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09:13:05
More vitriol (if you need it)

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08:58:05
Reverse Dictionary - not a new idea of course, but very useful

4 September 2005

Thanks to Ang
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22:28:04
Don't hold back

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22:19:04
Excellent

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21:42:04
Little Red Hen

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21:37:04
Sigh

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20:01:04
Well done Macy Gray

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19:50:04
The New Yorker on Katrina (thanks Patrick)

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10:22:04
Another one coming in?

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10:20:04
Anne Rice on New Orleans

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10:19:04
Pocketmod

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10:04:04
Excellent

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09:57:04
Notes from inside New Orleans

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09:52:04
Walmart looting

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09:50:04
Bike show

3 September 2005

Thanks to Ang
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22:45:03
Foamy Hurricane Report (lots of entirely justified swearing so NSFW)

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22:31:03
PigPog

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20:45:03
chatslang

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09:35:03
SHARK

2 September 2005

Thanks to Larry, Mark, Stefan, Gary
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21:23:02
Nagin

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16:33:02
Oh, that was over at Pandora : I stuck in "Bob Wills" in the search and everything they've served up so far is excellent. Try it for a little Western Swing interlude.

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16:31:02
I'm listening to Hank WIlliams Jr's song "The F Word". I hadn't heard it before. "In country music you just can't say the F word"

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16:14:02
Rebirth is free!!!

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15:51:02
Wow

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15:46:02
Awesome (or streaming awesomeness) Trio!

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13:21:02
Excellent

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13:21:02
Bizarre

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12:55:02
Oh, great

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12:35:02
Idea generation

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12:25:02
Madness

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11:22:02
ADD Marketing

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11:21:02
NOLA weblog

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10:01:02
Gem Sweater

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10:00:02
Hypnerotomachia Poliphili

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09:58:02
Best band names

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09:58:02
Marinated leg of man

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09:58:02
The Death Mask Of Pretty Boy Floyd

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09:17:02
And another

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09:16:02
Note the date

1 September 2005

Thanks to JC, Lynn
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21:12:01
Terrible, terrible, terrible

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21:05:01
Hugo Strikes Back

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20:53:01
Good grief

29 August 2005

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21:16:29
Yacht rock 2

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18:31:29
Linkage will be sparse to non-existent for a bit as I am off to a conference in York for a couple of days.

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11:27:29
And people fall for this?

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11:09:29
Gosh, how reassuring - especially the bit about the ants.

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10:17:29
Operation Yellow Elephant

28 August 2005

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22:52:28
Jane Fonda met Jean Genet at a Black Panther party and he latched onto her as she was the only one who could speak french. The next morning her phone rings at 6 and itsGenet saying he doesn't know where he is and he wants coffee. So she asks him where he is staying and he has no idea, so she asks him to go outside and look at the swimming pool and come back and describe it, which he does. Oh, she says, you're at Donald Sutherland's. I'll be right over.

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20:21:28
It's looking very stormy out my front window at the moment. The onset of darkness doesn't help of course. Today I went to the Newcastle Mela and I was disappointed by how dull it was.

27 August 2005

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10:04:27
Hmmmmm

26 August 2005

Thanks to Bob S, Ang, Larry
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22:00:26
Strange page

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21:58:26
Stumps R us - an amputee support group

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21:56:26
Tallulah Bankhead's last words were "More bourbon, more codeine"

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20:30:26
Streetsy

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20:03:26
Hah

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14:46:26
Paperdoll Heaven

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14:42:26
Want

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13:59:26
Anyone have any any secret sources of Makina records? (That's Spanish techno for the uninformed)

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13:43:26
bugger it, bloglines is screwed up again, and I haven't changed anything. Grrr.

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13:02:26
Oddities on album covers

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13:01:26
Resonator guitars on album covers

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13:01:26
Doubleneck guitars on album covers

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12:59:26
Casey Bill Weldon discography

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11:16:26
I wish Google would hurry up and get more hi-res satellite for the UK.

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11:10:26
I wonder why on the guestmap, Japan is labelled in Japanese, but no other country is labelled in its own script.

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11:05:26
I've done Super Bad before, but I don't recall it being as weird as it is now.

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10:18:26
Great piece of guitar playing (Though to be fair I don't think his technique is quite as unusual as they try to make out)

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10:18:26
Stanley Unwin

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09:40:26
DeMoulin Brothers' Catalogue (via We make money not art) The whole goat thing is so strange "Horse, donkey, tiger or camel body, instead of goat body, extra" Oh, and check out the lovely "Drinking the goat's blood". In fact look at all of them and wonder at the sheer insanity of it all : these are supposed to be funny? I wonder how many people dropped dead when presented with some of these. (Of course, I have never understood what is funny about practical jokes so it may just be me)

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09:28:26
Electrosmog

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09:22:26
60 extremely unlikely sounding facts

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09:13:26
Excellent (via I can change this later, right?)

25 August 2005

Thanks to Greg R., Nick, Larry, George
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21:08:25
Interesting

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17:06:25
Spin

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10:02:25
Personal Bee

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10:01:25
Hacking Google Talk

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09:47:25
Some games (via ILuvNUFC)

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09:27:25
Deep Ocean Photography

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09:15:25
Good rant about inadequate information on MP3s

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09:15:25
Prague Clock

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09:14:25
Hmmmm

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09:13:25
Steam Trek

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09:10:25
Woody Sez

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09:09:25
No idea how this one works!

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09:06:25
How much does crime pay?

24 August 2005

Thanks to JC
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21:58:24
Good Grief "No greasy aftereffect"?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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21:52:24
Thirty-nine Qustions For Charlie Daniels upon hearing "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" for the First Time in 25 Years.

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15:19:24
TOTP albums - only meaningful to rightponders of a certain age.....

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15:08:24
Surface of the sun

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12:31:24
Hmmm, can't get the voice part of Google talk to work.

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09:39:24
Oh, good grief

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09:12:24
This is everywhere but it is excellent

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09:06:24
Die-cast toys

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09:06:24
So I have google talk running, but nobody to talk to. *sigh*

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08:59:24
Media Freedom Cookbook

23 August 2005

Thanks to Graydon
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16:36:23
Ghostbox

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16:29:23
Bizarre (via Robot Wisdom)

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16:21:23
I was at the doctor's this morning and the waiting room had all these posters and leaflets about leg ulcers. Now, leg ulcers can be very serious indeed, but why a campaign for them and not for some other problem - has there been a suddne outbreak of leg ulcers that I don't know of?

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15:46:23
Hey Brad

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14:38:23
Hmmmmm

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14:28:23
Now I need a nice icon for the guestmap tag.

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13:52:23
Looking at the guestmap, some of you need to move to Africa. (And, yes, I am playing with the placing of the link on the page.....)

22 August 2005

Thanks to Len
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22:51:22
The art of retouching

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21:22:22
Underground Ozarks - what is it with net people and tunnels?

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19:29:22
Lease your body

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17:05:22
Lovely gaff deck - watch the video

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17:01:22
Bartender magic

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17:00:22
Sewing Machine museum (via Information junk)

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16:04:22
Unsatisfactory software

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16:02:22
78 discographies (that is a speed not a count)

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15:59:22
Secondhand Songs

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15:58:22
The Nausea

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15:55:22
Classical Musee

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15:45:22
Joe 90

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15:37:22
Remember to pin yourself on the guestmap if you haven't already done so.

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15:33:22
Lovely (via Fawn Jotters)

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12:30:22
Those of you using the Atom feed may like to know that it is now generating Atom 1.0 so might break something.....

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12:09:22
Very odd (via Daily Jive)

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10:31:22
Buddy Cops (As you would expect, I have onlty the vaguest idea who these people are)

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09:21:22
RIP Robert Moog

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