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16 October 2005

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00:06:16
Interesting stuff about adwords at the end of this Cringley piece. (However, it still beats me why anyone would actually click on a google ad, let alone actually decide to see them - it is very easy to avoid them, indeed I am not sure that I have ever conciously seen one. I certainly have never clicked on one)

15 October 2005

Thanks to Len
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23:56:15
All Harmonica radio (via Thumbrella)

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23:52:15
exlibris anonymous

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23:09:15
Amazing BMX skill

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22:58:15
Sick as hell but I laughed (via Hemaworstje who is on a roll at the moment)

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22:53:15
The Dog Island (Looks like a spoof but who can tell)

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22:51:15
Museum of retro-technology

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22:38:15
Just watched Zoolander on Channel 4 - it was really rather funny in places.

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20:28:15
Baby got back Sadly (or possibly not) I'm not familiar with the original. This is almost as good as Nina Gordon's Straight out of Compton

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20:22:15
Party Tent City (note that somsone bought a lot of domain names to construct this spoof)

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10:00:15
Relationship

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09:33:15
The Fallen Legion (some of you will have heard of som eof these people I presume - I have no idea who any of them are)

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09:30:15
Camera tossing

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09:29:15
Man, dog, stick

14 October 2005

Thanks to Mark, Ole, Graydon
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23:03:14
Wholesome wear - a US equivalent of the Islamic swimwear site that was doing the rounds recently.

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22:56:14
Echo Chernik

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21:41:14
A ton of good stuff here

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21:29:14
iDog and another iDog

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17:34:14
Hah!

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17:24:14
Interestingly I just a full discharge of my iBook battery and a recharge and it is now 48% of original rather than 31%. SO worth doing methinks.

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17:18:14
Ah, the Easy Club doing "Black is the Colour" - Rod Patterson has such a great voice and they swing it so easily. Just a perfect piece of music. (Can't find it online anywhere though)

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17:13:14
Incredible

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15:07:14
Adgraveyard

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14:38:14
Nice (via Hemaworstje)

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13:40:14
Lots of Jazz videos (MIDI alert!!!)

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12:51:14
Useful

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12:39:14
Jazz Script - so many books, so little time...

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12:37:14
Visual Complexity

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12:11:14
Reading the sleeve notes to a Charlie Poole box set. It's amazing how people's value systems are all awry wrt money in times past: "wages in the mills were appalling, some sources quote a sum of three dollars a week" and then further down "once he was working, however, he purchased a proper instrument for the princely some of one dollar fifty cents". So he bought a banjo that cost him half a week's wages, which suggests that his 3 dollars wasn't that out of line with costs.

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12:05:14
Huh?

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11:48:14
Knotty Clown (NSFW)

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09:50:14
Great - I want one. I still have two Gryphon T-shirts bought the first time I ever was in California, one of them a plain Gryphon logo one and the other a sort of psychedelic Peter Rowan riding a Gryphon (I think). This is one is just brilliant.

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09:45:14
Coverups

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09:43:14
Hah!

13 October 2005

Thanks to Mark
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16:12:13
Want

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15:59:13
Bizarre (but impressive skill)

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15:49:13
Outrage reducers

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15:43:13
Gruesome twosomes

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15:39:13
Zombie biology

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14:10:13
Typeflake

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13:53:13
iTunes just decided to pick all these slow tunes and things with singing - random numbers are just so unreliable.

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13:52:13
Live bookmarking

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13:51:13
Odd flash game

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13:23:13
Splogspot

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13:08:13
Explain to me why this (select interactive) is better than a plain old web page?

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13:01:13
Aokubidaikon (what does aokubi mean? and why do the words Wabi Sabi pop up (I know what they mean))

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09:42:13
Why, though?

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09:41:13
Lightning mortality

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09:16:13
Google.org

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09:06:13
Google Reader may not be quite what everyone has looking for but it has made Bloglines add key-based navigation pretty sharpish! (and it is useful - much quicker to get through all those subscriptions...)

12 October 2005

Thanks to Ole, Ang, Len
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22:08:12
Noodle

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22:00:12
Why would I want to pay 1.89UKP to download a (DRMed) pop video - which is really just an advert for a song when you think about it.

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21:40:12
Osvaldo golijov

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21:38:12
A very big Hmmm

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15:53:12
I just found all these ebay items (musical instruments) with starting bids of 99p but which have the postage set at 150pounds. Quelle scam.

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15:44:12
I linked to Red Hot Jazz yesterday and have done so before because it is a great source of information. It also has thousands of recordings that you can listen to - including Singin' the Blues

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15:38:12
Hot club of cowtown - rather good.

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15:08:12
I wonder if I should write a blook - would of course call it Hmmm

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15:04:12
The bible codes

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15:03:12
Pixar outtakes - I can't make up mind if these are funny or not. Funny in some abstract way that doesn't involve laughter or humour or anything possible. Very clever of course.

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14:45:12
Topless Sports News (NSFW clearly)

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10:12:12
Broadband in the US

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09:34:12
Interesting - I think I need to own this

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09:18:12
Remember the milk - YA to-do list manager but it looks rather well done.

11 October 2005

Thanks to JC
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22:25:11
Bixography

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22:24:11
I've been listening to Bix and Tram's Singin' the Blues tonight. What a fine piece of playing. Doesn't sound remotely as though it were 80 years ago. I have a transcription of Bix's solo which I was trying to play but I haven't got my fingers round it yet. (Probably easier on a horn of some kind)

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22:20:11
Pretty good (for procrastinators)

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22:05:11
2000

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15:05:11
Thumbrella (writing by a reader)

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09:08:11
Folkstreams

10 October 2005

Thanks to Ole, Bruce, Len
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22:35:10
Identical, formulaic documents ahead!!

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21:10:10
Excellent post over at Crenelated Flotsam

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21:02:10
Gada

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20:50:10
Hmmm, the Daily Show is a little laboured I feel.

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20:43:10
More on Black Light Power - looks like a scam, unsurprisingly

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20:31:10
Going to watch the Daily Show on More 4

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20:30:10
Big horse farm (Turn off sound)

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20:00:10
Sketch Planet

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19:46:10
Want one

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19:40:10
Real?

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18:05:10
Save the Tree Octopus

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16:38:10
Zinoo Park

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16:31:10
Excellent (via Folderol)

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16:30:10
Ephemera Society of America (vai Folderol)

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12:44:10
Pointless and annoying flash intro

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12:33:10
Generation C

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09:32:10
Hmmm

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09:26:10
Linux distro logos (despair style)

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09:25:10
*sigh*

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09:24:10
My daughter said this morning : "the way it's going, the world is going to destroy itself before we get a chance to"

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09:22:10
It's my brother's birthday today.

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09:21:10
IP speakers

9 October 2005

Thanks to Larry
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20:34:09
Mandolin videos

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20:21:09
Neenstar

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19:53:09
Paragraph NY - what the Lit & Phil does rather well in Newcastle (and has done for 150+ years). The quiet room is the quietest place I have ever been.

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19:38:09
Concrete Ships (via Daily Jive)

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19:35:09
Michael Smith

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16:05:09
Peole doing strange things with electricity too

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15:53:09
Duchamp

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15:51:09
Mayomi

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12:04:09
Alison Stephens

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09:59:09
Rivets

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09:58:09
Rawsugar

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09:36:09
Very odd (via Hemaworstje)

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09:21:09
Useful (for mac owners)

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09:15:09
Knock, knock

8 October 2005

Thanks to Larry
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21:42:08
wrecks (via braincast)

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21:08:08
Banjo pics (pics are fantastic but the politics that are floating around are not to my taste....and there is terrible MIDI as well)

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20:29:08
Why would I want to put a 'phone number in most of my email messages?

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10:43:08
Leo Burnett

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09:41:08
Hey, catless.ncl.ac.uk counts as a web icon (248,047)

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09:32:08
Good piece

7 October 2005

Thanks to Larry, Mark, Len
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23:21:07
Complete Review

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21:42:07
Spot the geek (a ning-thing)

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21:21:07
The video is up on bbc.co.uk - News player >> UK >> hacker story, I come in about 54 secs in.

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20:46:07
BTW google reader was link 10001 in my database.

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20:45:07
So will the world and her husband (or possibly female life partner) beat a path from bloglines, rojo, findory etc. etc. etc. to google reader? (which wont talk to me - presumably snowed under by all the people moving from bloglines, rojo, findory, etc. etc. etc.)

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20:27:07
Ole tells me I was on the Radio 4 news at 18:00. Don't know if they used the video footage or not yet. (Local TV used it - see comment)

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17:34:07
There is definitely some kind of profile rot in Firefox. In the middle of a session today logins to sites just stopped working, a change of profile fixed it.

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17:24:07
Huh?

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17:19:07
Free online language courses

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16:53:07
Good grief (happy?)

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16:49:07
High Holy Days

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16:46:07
Power Pizza

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16:45:07
Don't you just hate trendy vicars?

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13:57:07
Le Conjugeur

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13:57:07
Trackslife

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13:54:07
Useful

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13:32:07
THJ

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13:21:07
Hah

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13:05:07
Ugh

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13:01:07
Hmmm

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12:31:07
Good grief

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12:27:07
The BBC item is something to do with hackers who are on trial in Newcastle at the moment.

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09:46:07
Oh, was there some big Jewish festival on Tuesday? The Hasiddim were out in force in Gateshead, all in their best clothes and hats and obviously heading towards some event.

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09:21:07
Bizarre new Weebl and bob

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09:15:07
10 ways to annoy telemarketers - I get nearly no calls since the UK "do not call" list seems to work pretty well. Indeed the other day my wife answered and it was clearly someone doing marketing disguised a s a questionnaire and I said to her, quite loudly, that they shouldn't be calling because of the list and the person at the other end heard and terminated the call PDQ. (You can get on the list in the UK by signing up for (free) BT Privacy or else at or else at http://www.tpsonline.org.uk/

6 October 2005

Thanks to Derek, Steve R
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23:31:06
I was MC for a National Poetry Day event at the Lit & Phil tonight. It was a complicated event involving poets and scientists. Anyway one of th epoets came up with the line : "The Scopes Mokney didn't do it!!" Well, it made me laugh.

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23:03:06
Catch me on the BBC national news some time tomorrow. Possibly

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17:21:06
Quizzes

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17:18:06
Canadian World Domination

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17:17:06
Circus of Cancer - good and useful site

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17:16:06
Hmmm

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13:20:06
Noguchi filing system - makes a lot of sense to me. I might even try it.

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13:15:06
Excellent (via Militantplatypus)

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13:07:06
And Ethiopia : riv.et is available! (Sadly they don't allow it since they have standard second level domains)

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13:06:06
I wonder where I can buy a name in the Lesotho domain.

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13:05:06
No need to worry, Hmmmm, and Good Grief haven't gone away! A change is as good as a rest you know.

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12:59:06
Excellent idea

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09:49:06
Amazing!!!! (On a sociological point note that the Goths include several women)

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09:35:06
Best geek quotes (for some definition of best)

5 October 2005

Thanks to Ole, Stef, Graydon
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22:09:05
Toothpick craft

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22:04:05
Hmmm

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21:05:05
The Backstroke of the West

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20:14:05
OMFG

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19:29:05
"There is some controversy there. I mean, I don’t know that the image is necessarily Jesus. It could be the bassist for some Southern rock band"

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19:27:05
OMFG

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19:23:05
OMFG

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17:15:05
Protopage

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17:10:05
Digital Object Identifier

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16:59:05
OMFG

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15:12:05
Hah! (not for the Irish Government, but for socking it to ML)

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15:09:05
Rant!!!

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11:31:05
On Complexity in the Social Sciences

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09:49:05
Survivor Toyland

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09:48:05
The Internet's hottest rumours (I'm slightly suspicous that this might have spyware but I haven't seen anything, but there again I have a lot of layers of protection)

4 October 2005

Thanks to Hanan, Ole
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22:26:04
Monja-yaki (or burnt, fried Soup as Yong-Fook describes it) Looks like sick to me.

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21:58:04
Mandarax

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21:52:04
Web economy bullshit generator

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21:40:04
No idea what this is about - it is pretty nasty at the end BTW (via Hemaworstje)

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20:58:04
Another good piece from Soma Review

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20:56:04
Odd

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20:55:04
A page from a Babylonian Talmud

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20:55:04
Peter Pan's homepage

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13:27:04
RIP Ronnie Barker

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11:47:04
Much good stuff here

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11:32:04
For some reason I found this article really hard to understand.

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10:09:04
Ning

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10:09:04
iKarma (write only nice things about people)

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09:57:04
Woogle

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09:05:04
Hmmm

3 October 2005

Thanks to Scott
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19:44:03
I discovered that they are selling earth shoes again. I love earth shoes. Nobody sells them near here though and the website in the UK that sells them doesn't stock the colour I want.

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18:06:03
Useful if you are in London

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15:15:03
Tree Climbing - why do we need this organisation?

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12:38:03
From the people at Bloglines when questioned about developments : "We'll continue to out small improvements as well until we complete the scaling work; next week, for example, we'll be adding horoscopes and lottery feeds to the system" Horoscopes and lottery! Wow, my life is now complete.

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09:34:03
Writeboard

2 October 2005

Thanks to Martin, Ole, Tom C.
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20:15:02
This is a great decks simulator

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17:59:02
Curing float drops and wraps

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17:54:02
Ole's Someone Ole knows' tomato crop 2005 over several years (I'm still picking, though they are not ripening as fast or getting as big. Got two little aubergines coming on too)

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16:30:02
Unfortunate domain names No 437

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16:24:02
Amazing robot vids

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16:16:02
Accordion Tribe

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16:15:02
Pre-war Gibson banjoes

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15:38:02
Web Verbix

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09:37:02
Lost bands of the new wave era

1 October 2005

Thanks to Ang
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21:53:01
Oh how lovely

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21:35:01
Eat liver

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18:38:01
Celestia

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18:30:01
DefCon America

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18:20:01
The basic laws of human stupidity

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09:34:01
Titanic - not as good as West Side Story I don't think.

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09:32:01
West Side Story (everywhere, but so clever you have to link to it)

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09:23:01
Paddy Power does it again

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09:20:01
Gorey

30 September 2005

Thanks to JW, Pawel, Mark, JC
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22:44:30
Huh?

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22:42:30
Tripatourium

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22:41:30
Kebab vans of the world

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22:36:30
Invisible web

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21:04:30
Urban Legends reference sites - good guide

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20:48:30
NRDC : The Bush record

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17:36:30
Evidence for the book of Mormon

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17:21:30
And the battery in my phone is flat anyway.....

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17:20:30
Damn I need my white board to think on and it is covered with other thinks. And I don't think the camera in my phone is up to taking a good enough image and I don't have my other camera and I am too lazy to copy all the stuff down......

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16:35:30
Company Names

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13:55:30
The fund for ribbons

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13:36:30
Wholenote

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13:31:30
OPML

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08:58:30
Weather wars (the scalar vortex video is very strange)

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08:53:30
Awwwww

29 September 2005

Thanks to Ang, Patrick
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23:12:29
Get Smart

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16:18:29
I'm looking for some wiki code in PHP that I can just plug in to another system (samer for a bulletin board as well) but everything I can find is always built to be standalone and has complicated registration and authentication stuff that turns out to be really hard to strip out. It's all very well telling people not to reinvent the wheel, but all the wheels seem to come immovably attached to juggernauts.

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16:10:29
iiiiiiiiii (via snarky)

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16:02:29
My Japanese class seems not to be running this year which is annoying. (Chappie playing at the moment : Derikashi no kakeru - one of my favourites)

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14:33:29
Listening to the Magic Band 21st Century Mirror Men uk uk - excellent stuff.

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14:29:29
Flora Bush

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12:00:29
So Strange (via Everything Isn't)

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09:24:29
Excellent

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09:21:29
Fainting - the obvious conclusion is that weddings make people faint, but of course, all it is is that weddings get filmed more than other events.

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09:17:29
Dandelion popcorn

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09:16:29
Men of the Internet

28 September 2005

Thanks to Patrick, Stefan
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22:17:28
Timeline

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16:36:28
Japan Window (via Folderol)

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16:27:28
L0rd of teh Ringz0r (I hadn't seen this one before)

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16:23:28
A proposal for christian pornography (and do explore the rest of the site)

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15:16:28
Oh for goodness sake

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15:12:28
Hmmm

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08:47:28
Of zombies and intelligent design

27 September 2005

Thanks to Gary, Lynn, Scot
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21:10:27
So creepy

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21:07:27
So weird

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20:37:27
Barry Scott - I have no idea who he is and I've never seen any of his adverts, but I have used the weirdly named product and it does work.

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13:26:27
Odd

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13:17:27
I have no idea

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13:16:27
Fontifier - this has been around for a while I think though not in this form

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13:13:27
Mermaids and Centaurs?!?!?!?! The mind boggles

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12:05:27
Donald Rumsfeld is giving the president his daily briefing: "Yesterday, terrorists killed 2 Brazilian civilians in Iraq.""OH NO!" the president exclaims. "That's not supposed to happen! How will we ever explain that?"His staff sits stunned at this unusual display of emotion and concern, nervously watching as the president sits, wringing his hands. Finally, the president looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?" (via Mr Barrett)

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09:28:27
Retouching (this has been around for ages but it is both skillful and revealing of how bizarre our society is)

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09:25:27
Skepchick

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09:18:27
Hah

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09:16:27
US banned books

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09:16:27
My Living Will

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09:06:27
RIP Don Adams - as Chris says : The cone of silence descends forever.

26 September 2005

Thanks to Ole, Ang, MrBR61, Toby
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22:30:26
Whoosh

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22:09:26
The Corrugated Iron Club

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22:02:26
Get down!

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20:57:26
I Am University (Formerly Known as Melchizedek Synthesis Light Academy)

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17:12:26
*sigh*

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13:08:26
Intelligent Design

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12:20:26
Microsoft Catalog

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12:19:26
Slawesome

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12:14:26
Webtruck

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12:13:26
Canstruction

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11:34:26
Good idea actually

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10:08:26
Kosher

25 September 2005

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22:38:25
Odd. To say the least

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21:41:25
Edible estates

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21:32:25
great skill

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18:47:25
Hmmmm

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09:49:25
Great photo of the indoor pool at San Simeon - it is one of the most amazing places I have ever been. The blue of the tiles is just incredible. I was told the pool was designed to be use in moonlight. (Via Hemaworstje)

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09:26:25
"Also to breasts. Jenny McCarthy has a technologically splendid bosom that should, in my opinion, be put to a better use than being vomited upon"

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09:21:25
Mustard Watch

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00:13:25
Paper plate activities

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00:12:25
Instructables

24 September 2005

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09:53:24
Office Slang

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09:40:24
Nurgle Nurgle

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09:39:24
Katrina images (Dreadful music - turn *off* speakers, contrary to the advice on the page)

23 September 2005

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17:25:23
Windows errors

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16:17:23
I only just noticed that Ian Dury's Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll is sung to a tune which is pretty well Old Joe Clark.

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13:12:23
Effects of the Interesting

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13:11:23
Museum of Coat Hangers

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12:44:23
Popjunkie

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12:36:23
Oddmusic (via ILuvNUFC)

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10:09:23
Excellent

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10:01:23
Virtual Church of the Blind Chihuahua

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09:46:23
Web-Developer's Handbook - a gazillion good links

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09:27:23
The Philosophical Lexicon

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08:56:23
Ad Conceptor

22 September 2005

Thanks to Martin
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16:11:22
Luiz Bonfá

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16:10:22
Borrow moon rock!

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16:09:22
Juan Trippe

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15:36:22
Book of Styles

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15:30:22
"The mayor of Galveston, in a press conference yesterday, was asked how she is handling the pressure of the situation since the island is likely to be devastated. Her response : the bar at the San Luis is as good as people have heard." (The San Luis also has a hurricane bunker built to withstand a category 5) I never knew Galveston was on an island.

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14:54:22
Yay, my Jazz evening class starts again tonight!

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14:46:22
*Amazing* flying

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14:44:22
Improvised music from Japan

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14:43:22
Blog things

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14:39:22
e-mu (seems unable to spell)

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14:37:22
iGod - easily confused eliza-bot it seems

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14:34:22
Huh

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12:43:22
Maria Muldaur (I'm listening to her eponymous first album - one we always listened to in the car when travelling when it first came out)

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12:18:22
The Tech Commandments

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10:03:22
Indietits

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09:56:22
These are great! I might have to print some of them out even.

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08:47:22
Tumbleweed houses

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08:31:22
LA Stench

21 September 2005

Thanks to Mark, JC, Patrick, Stefan
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23:28:21
Workplace loincloth

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23:04:21

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22:18:21
US historical picture collections

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22:15:21
Good Grief

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22:13:21
I had a fantastic idea for a new Internet service today but I don't know if I have the time to build it (or run it : it wouldn't quite run itself yet). There is a good domain available too. Very Web 2.0 as well..... (And if I described it here, someone would be sure to steal it!!!!)

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22:10:21
I really need to get rid of some of the old textbooks on my shelves at work, but I still haven't found a good place to recycle books : these are books that are really not useful to anyone since they are usually contain wildly out of date information.

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21:58:21
Design Encyclopedia

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21:54:21
Paperforest

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21:53:21
Envelope and Letter folding

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17:02:21
Many old musician jokes

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16:29:21
Guten Tag - we must be up to at least Web 2.3056 by now.

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16:24:21
Thingster

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14:04:21
Discardia

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13:23:21
CSSDrive

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13:22:21
The trendy vicar of websites

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11:48:21
If anyone wants a beat beta invite for SearchFox, let me know.

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10:39:21
Your hundred best theorems

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10:30:21
Ditty

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10:29:21
Snoozer Quinn (Anyone get the sound links to work?)

20 September 2005

Thanks to Mark, Gary, Martin
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22:53:20
Fretless Zithers (The whole Washington Phillips thing is fascinating and his recordings are fantastic - Denomination Blues has long been one of my favourite tunes)

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22:39:20
Dolceola

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21:33:20
Coconut Battery tells me my iBook battery is at 31% of its original capacity. How bad is that? I really must fork out for a new one I suppose. (Battery not iBook - that is way beyond resources)

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21:28:20
I'm using Opera on the iBook at the moment. Just to see if it is nippier than t'fox since the beast is decidely underpowered

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21:26:20
Lovely (via Information Junk)

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20:54:20
Write a novel in 100 days

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20:27:20
Dictionary of Bokononism - I have no idea

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20:22:20
John Peel Memorial Album

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20:18:20
Tiny Tim albums "The best introduction to someone who needs no introduction" What?

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20:17:20
Rolex or replica

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20:14:20
Australian Fashion

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20:13:20
"It could bring crime into the community" Huh?

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20:11:20
Type Trading Cards!!!! Want!!!!

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20:08:20
Liquid Sculpture

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14:08:20
41 anomalies of water

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13:49:20
Hah

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13:39:20
Way hay!!! Hoots mon. Does he prefer peat to heather? (I just saw the price!!!! Ridiculous - is the man included?)

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13:37:20
Loebner

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08:49:20
Typetester

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08:37:20
The old car manual project (via Hemaworstje)

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08:31:20
These are great

19 September 2005

Thanks to Mark, Ang, Karl, John W
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22:16:19
Wow

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17:09:19
Don't buy junk

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11:09:19
Good stuff here

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11:08:19
Hmm

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08:44:19
Hypnotist

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08:41:19
Talking Pregnant Trailer Trash Doll

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