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9 February 2006

Thanks to Andy, George, Lynn
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13:51:09
Unplanned Freefall

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13:49:09
Cast Fetish - pretty well SFW. Pretty odd too.

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13:48:09
The Internets are strange places

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13:26:09
Manholes of Japan

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12:47:09
Gramalkin

8 February 2006

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21:04:08
Mavericks (via Information Junk)

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21:00:08
HSII

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09:18:08
Open Source joke book - I suppose there oought to be a quip I could use, but it eludes me. (Update: apparently the guy is a far-left liberal, so even though the jokes are not even remotely funny, he definitely needs to be supported)

7 February 2006

Thanks to Len, Lynn
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22:52:07
Some good stuff here

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22:13:07
Bit Torrent is one of those real misnomers isn't it? Bit trickle more like it.

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21:30:07
De-touch

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20:48:07
Oh good grief

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20:46:07
Ah, the web page for that nice lorry conversion (that's truck for westpondians) Thanks, Peter.

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20:42:07
Jesus pets (I really want to tag this with "but Satan goes all the way" or to put a comma after Jesus or something)

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13:44:07
Neat

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13:44:07
Want one of these

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13:43:07
Odd

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13:41:07
Homeless or Jesus

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12:20:07
Hah

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11:43:07
Hmmmm and also see this. If it is the book I think it is, it is pretentious, drivel. I suspect that most of us could produce an equivalent book in Japanese without a lot of effort, though possibly with a huge loss of self-esteem. It's precisely the sort of "experimental" writing that gets praised by certain people simply because it is experimental. As you will have gathered from the Amazon comments, Finnegans Wake it is not.

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09:59:07
Gary Entsminger - some nice tunes there in the music section (including one of the minor swings I linked to). Limehouse blues is particularly nice - another of my favourite tunes.

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09:52:07
Hmmm

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09:49:07
Lots of darwin fish variants I hadn't seen

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09:45:07
Superbowl Monday

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09:43:07
A timeline of timelines

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09:42:07
Why you should continue to date me

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09:40:07
Superbowl ads - if you aren't already sick of them. It says a lot about the game that I have no idea who was playing this year (or who won), but I knew about the adverts.

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09:38:07
Go Daddy timeline - all this to sell cheap domain names (I think)

6 February 2006

Thanks to Len
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16:38:06
I haven't yet found a single person who watched the IT crowd last week. Lots of people making the right decision there, then.

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16:32:06
I see there is a claim that there are 50,000 weblogs being created every hour. So how long before my cat has one? I wonder what the equivalent rate of abandonment is?

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15:56:06
Oh how embarassing, this University is giving Sting an honorary degree.

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12:36:06
So nothing to do with Elvis at all in reality.

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09:22:06
Qwerky

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09:20:06
Tefillin

5 February 2006

Thanks to Ole, Pat
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15:48:05
Isn't the idea of self-help advice oxymoronic?

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13:31:05
Quipboard

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09:50:05
Six string sonics

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09:48:05
Rate J-gum - I bet if you were to click randomly on some of those buttons that you would interfere with someone's carefully planned statistics.

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09:45:05
Canadian Jazz

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09:43:05
The Ocarina of time

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09:23:05
Good grief

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09:12:05
The London Review of Breakfasts

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00:02:05
The answer is no

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00:00:05
Is there no respite???

4 February 2006

Thanks to Ole
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23:58:04
da da da, da da dee dee

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23:57:04
The Original

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23:55:04
Knopfler does it (Search down a bit)

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23:54:04
Surely not another one (this is nice)

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23:50:04
Bored yet??

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23:42:04
Here it is again

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23:31:04
Djangolin

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22:49:04
Tetsoo

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22:47:04
The Cathedral

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18:36:04
Loads of cracking gypsy jazz videos - some splendid playing.

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18:24:04
Guess what

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18:20:04
More

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18:15:04
And another version

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18:11:04
Nice - one of my favouritest tunes ever of course.

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16:54:04
Marilynn Mair

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16:50:04
Absynth Quintet

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16:26:04
I still don't understand

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16:21:04
I saw someone in a T-shirt today that said "George Bush & Son. Family Butchers (Est. 1989)" in a nice understated typeface.

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09:09:04
Amazing (It's C program that generates Magic Eye images, that is itself such an image)

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09:07:04
Hmmmm

3 February 2006

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21:36:03
This episode is even less funny than the first one.

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21:35:03
The Rat Orchestra

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21:30:03
Another Green Wing teaser and it was funnier in 10 seconds than the whole of the IT Crowd

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21:29:03
These advert things on the TV are odd. Don't normally see them.

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21:28:03
Ah, a teaser for the new Green Wing. Good. Though perhaps reminding us of programmes that are well acted and actually funny in the middle of the IT Crowd may be a mistake.

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21:26:03
Yellow Django Revival

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21:23:03
I was catching up with last week's BBC4 programme about Django. Great original film of him playing, and lots of good players throughout. Annoying man doing the show though. Liked the story about the Gypsy Jazz rivalry in Tokyo. And the Django pizza in the Django theme bar in Tokyo which has Chilli beans on it. Asked what this had to do with Django the waiter said "It's Hot" Update : I sort of take it back about the annoying presenter - he had a knack for asking rather searching questions that put people instantly on the defensive : asking about Django and the Nazis for instance.

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21:21:03
Well, the IT Crowd (and they still keep calling it not I.T.) appears to be utter rubbish. One or two funny lines, the live audience (or so it is claimed) is annoying, terrible acting. God, and it's a double bill. But then it's My Name is Earle which is excellent.

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16:10:03
Mnemonics

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12:19:03
Juneberry 78s

2 February 2006

Thanks to Ole
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16:30:02
The Westfield Center - nothing to do with flat earthers either (Full disclosure: I used to run the Flat Earth Society at my school until it was banned)

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16:24:02
Show off

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16:12:02
Outside and inside

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12:00:02
I gather they have sacked Souness. Is anyone surprised? Does anyone care? "Who is Souness?" I hear people saying. What are you talkin about? Trust me, you aren't interested. I certainly amn't. (My family tell me that amn't isn't a word, but I use it all the time)

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09:49:02
May have done Westfield before, but it is worth looking at again.

1 February 2006

Thanks to JC, Lynn, WB, Len
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21:58:01
The wand (via Miltantplatypus)

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21:23:01
Hall of douchebags

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20:04:01
Good grief

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20:01:01
Hah

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19:24:01
Birthday calculator

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14:07:01
Peter Callesen

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13:32:01
Face in blocks

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12:41:01
Collections Picture Library

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12:27:01
Neat (via the red ferret)

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11:39:01
Rare books of the National Diet Library

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11:09:01
I had not seen the South Park version of the Aristorcrats before.

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09:08:01
Broke Mac Mountain

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09:05:01
Men knit

31 January 2006

Thanks to Ole, Ang, Len
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20:40:31
Grafedia

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20:39:31
Printable paper rulers

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19:17:31
Hmmm

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18:57:31
Regurgitator - one of those old carnie tricks. Houdini used to store lockpicks this way.

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18:54:31
Fish School

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15:02:31
Oh, good lord (via Snarky)

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14:47:31
More misunderstandable is page this than before possibly ever Kono paaji wa wakarimasen.

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14:45:31
The translate of the fish of babel it is the use of

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14:10:31
People say that weblogging changes everything (well, actually they user another word that is shorter but which I won't pollute your eyes with), so I wonder if posting things will make me feel less crap today?

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13:00:31
Famous Plagiarists

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12:13:31
Great

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11:23:31
Only in Westpondia

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10:24:31
Pacman

30 January 2006

Thanks to Ole, Len
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19:58:30
Bliar just came on the television, and I thought it was an impersonator.

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19:06:30
Bloody hell

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19:03:30
Principia Gastronomica

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14:37:30
Feeling horrible today (and for the last few days) - some chesty, virusy, coughy, coldy thing. Ugh.

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14:33:30
Fugi is interesting

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14:28:30
Deer Hunter

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12:43:30
Debbie's IDea

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12:30:30
Clientcopia

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12:20:30
Iron Hymen

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11:22:30
Waterfall 2006

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09:40:30
Hmmmm

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09:22:30
Rice Raiser

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08:47:30
Tic-frac-toe

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08:32:30
Outsourcing torture

28 January 2006

Thanks to Michael, Ang
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17:10:28
Green Metropolis - secondhand books

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10:24:28
Ugh

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10:17:28
Laptop Battle

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10:04:28
Fantastic

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09:42:28
I see that Tony McPhee is playing here soon. Might be good.

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09:24:28
Huh??

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09:22:28
Hah

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09:17:28
John Ostle's Journal - some remarkable entries

27 January 2006

Thanks to JC
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13:26:27
World Jump Day - just like One Way Pendulum

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12:43:27
Bizarre

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11:34:27
Supersized meals - ugh

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10:34:27
Good Grief

26 January 2006

Thanks to Ole
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17:31:26
The secret of bananas

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15:06:26
Panic disorder?????? No wonder

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09:15:26
Word count (Bifurcated comes in at 74913 and rivets at 31802)

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09:13:26
Excellent

25 January 2006

Thanks to JW, Derek
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15:22:25
Your guess is as good mine (Actually it's probably better)

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12:11:25
I don't watch Lost, so have no idea what it is about except that nobody know what it is about, but this is an interesting suggestion.

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11:53:25
Hah

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07:31:25
Hmm, ignore the pin in the Google map, I thought I had removed that - the interface is a little too persistent about remembering searches. It's the tall building I work in. North side, 10th floor. Hopefully, the pin is gone now.

24 January 2006

Thanks to JC, Ole, Ang
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22:09:24
Well, I see that I am eligible for a Lifetime Achievement Bloggie. Nobody nominated me of course. Ah, well.

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21:52:24
The building my office is in

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21:35:24
If Microsoft made guitar amps (via Thumbrella)

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21:02:24
More new foods at McSweeney's - don't read while in the act of drinking anything.

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12:36:24
Been listening to Johnny Staats who is a very fine mandolin player indeed.

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11:59:24
Interactive garden salad

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09:56:24
Hah

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09:33:24
Young Blair

23 January 2006

Thanks to Ang, Matt, Ole
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20:26:23
French Maid TV

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16:06:23
Damn, I had a fantastic idea for an RSS service last night and I can't remember it now. Given that I couldn't for the life of me get hold of the word alloy over the weekend, I doubt it will come back.

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14:48:23
Auctioneers - try 1964 and 2004

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14:07:23
Artnatomia is everywhere today, but it is an excellent tool

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09:27:23
Great list of apples - I love apples

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09:26:23
Fruit Salad Tree

22 January 2006

Thanks to Ang
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19:28:22
Collagists

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19:22:22
Don't Bomb us

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19:21:22
Sitayana (but no chapter 4 for some reason)

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11:52:22
Prangstgrup - check out the archive. Startup sound is good.

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09:57:22
Varini (look at Varini's site to see more, but there are no off-axis shots so the point is sort of lost.

21 January 2006

Thanks to Ang
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23:52:21
I forgot to add that someone is suggesting that bird flu is a scare to get people vaccinated with "micro-chips, possibly even terminator chips"! Woooo, scary! The trouble with Nexus is that hidden under all the wacko, nuttiness and utter ill informed ignorance there are sometimes glimpses of interesting possible truths which is what keeps me coming back to it. These flashes do seem to be getting fewer though.

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23:48:21
I just got the most recent Nexus magazine. I always swear I am not going to buy another copy but always end up getting it. Someone is advertising proudly that their gadget was awarded "best new alternative health product for 2005" by the Buckinghamshire Echo! Suggested vists to Electric Universe and New criminologist And I'm only on page 5. Such an embarassment of riches.

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23:11:21
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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23:11:21
I'll not bother with aaaaarrrrrrggggghhhhhh

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23:10:21
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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17:57:21
"A l'eau. C'est l'heure." The motto of the French Navy (according to the sleeve nots on a Sandy Brechin CD). What should call sleeve notes on a CD since there is no sleeve? Case notes?

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12:15:21
Antphoto

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11:58:21
Hah

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09:44:21
Hmmmm

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09:39:21
Dorodango

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09:28:21
Bibliomania

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09:18:21
Midi or Virtuoso? (I got one wrong)

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09:10:21
A google experiment : a link to Len's Rio Caliente pages

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09:01:21
Blue Pencil Critic

20 January 2006

Thanks to George, Olly H, Graydon, Ole
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23:29:20
Able Muse

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23:28:20
A Gnostic glossary

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23:24:20
"But some conservatives - including Prince Tomohito, a cousin of Emperor Akihito - have opposed the idea, suggesting instead the crown prince use concubines to produce a male heir." *sigh*

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22:43:20
When graphic designers get bored

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22:00:20
Best of Google video - some I hadn't seen

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21:14:20
Catching up on television tonight : watched the Sun Ra documentary that was on a while back and a program about Soho in the 50s. Both excellent.

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21:11:20
Tokyo nighttime

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20:02:20
The Cubes

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17:08:20
Now, if they are podcasting their own lectures do they get the $100?

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17:05:20
Plant Amnesty

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16:11:20
An old story of course, but I hadn't come across the FH rant before. Excellent!

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13:00:20
Planet Perplex

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12:38:20
More Clarksdale Moan (I didn't know about the Patton photo either, or about the Robert Johnson track. *sigh*)

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12:32:20
Good lord, someone has found "Clarksdale Moan". I'd really like to know the story behind that. (Misssing link there - there is a wikipedia entry that will tell you all if you don't already know)

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12:15:20
Fake I'm sure

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12:00:20
Good grief

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11:54:20
Hmmmm

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11:51:20
FourDocs

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11:46:20
THE Catalogue

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11:36:20
Neat

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11:35:20
Storynest

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10:11:20
Hah

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09:11:20
Amazing

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07:26:20
Yo,dogg, stardizzle in the aerogizzle

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07:26:20
Oh, I say, chaps

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07:14:20
RIP Wilson Pickett

19 January 2006

Thanks to Len, Mark
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23:24:19
Hmmmm

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15:47:19
Nothing much in the Museum of Bifurcated Rivets yet, but there will be. Be prepared for lots of unslick design....

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14:29:19
Good grief

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12:26:19
Final indeed

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09:04:19
Wonderful

18 January 2006

Thanks to Graydon
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19:36:18
Ooops

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17:04:18
Betty Crocker (from the same site as Sears 1971)

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16:55:18
1971 Sears

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16:07:18
Been listening to a trio album by Toshiko Akiyoshi - fine piano playing.

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15:10:18
Find out about the diatoms of Loch Maree at my dad's website.

17 January 2006

Thanks to Len, Ang, John
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23:45:17
Fantastic

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22:40:17
Hah

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14:46:17
Hmmmm

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14:30:17
Fusion Anomaly (via FFK/Fulm)

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14:19:17
A hidden goatse, or is it just me? Wonderfully meaningless diagram. I love the way that the web is this little puff of dust at the bottom.

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10:24:17
Dutch Royal Bellfounders

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10:23:17
Earth Whistles

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09:46:17
Guitar Shred Show

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09:14:17
Coney Island 1949

16 January 2006

Thanks to Gary, Graydon
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23:16:16
I have to say that I find all these people who obsess on the net about life improvement slightly unsettling. What is wrong with piles of stuff for example? or indeed, clutter - just because some people don't like it, does not mean that it is necessarily indicative of being a bad person. I find anal tidyness weird and unhealthy, but you seem to not to be allowed to say that, just as you are not allowed to say that a lot of the GTD has all the manifestations of a cult : I got flamed horrendously by someone for suggesting that.

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22:19:16
Hah

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21:29:16
The data

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16:49:16
Marry Tom Cruise in 30 days

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16:38:16
Hah - I'll do it for 50 quid.

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16:26:16
Future trends of malware

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16:18:16
Celtic Music Radio

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15:17:16
Levees

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14:03:16
I just got an email message with the subject line : TAKEN Pirate Ship (Whitley Bay)

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13:57:16
Some Hampton Hawes now - what a great piano player he was.

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13:19:16
Memory Master

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13:16:16
Oh, more good stuff from iTunes, Alison Brown, I'm naked and going to Glasgow. The random numbers have been hitting the spot today.

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12:38:16
Simon Thoumire doing the Tipsy Sailor popped up again - damn, he's good.

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12:37:16
Hah

15 January 2006

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22:53:15
Big article in the Observer today where Henry Porter confuses the web with the Internet. *sigh*

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22:33:15
Post-punk Kitchen

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10:06:15
What is that makes me think that Jesus is not a trained web designer?

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09:31:15
Download disasters

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09:22:15
wankr

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09:21:15
Photo of the week

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09:20:15
Luminarium

14 January 2006

Thanks to Ang
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23:06:14
Hmmm (via snarky)

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22:08:14
Remember when Spybot - Search & Destroy had less than 10000 tests? 34177 in the current version.

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20:09:14
Custom creature

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20:07:14
Good stuff here

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09:37:14
Yo-yo museum

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09:22:14
Colette

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09:14:14
Searchlore

13 January 2006

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21:20:13
Barnraiser - looks like somethign I have been after for a while

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20:49:13
One of my all time favourite tunes linked from here.

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20:44:13
How to Win Friends & Influence People

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16:33:13
DIY Foundry

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16:04:13
Peatbog Faeries on at the moment. Good stuff.

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15:32:13
Fill my room

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15:18:13
Implosion World - the videos are great. The stadium demolitions are great - fulton is better than philly since it is bi-directional

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13:01:13
Nice

12 January 2006

Thanks to Tom C, Scott
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23:33:12
The Fisherman's Calendar

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22:18:12
madness

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22:17:12
A hotshot perhaps

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15:49:12
I may be doing some layout fiddling off and on over the next while so if it sometimes looks horrible and wrong (or at least horribler and wronger), I would advise you to take less of whatever it is you are taking.

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15:31:12
Yes, there has been a left shift.

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13:56:12
Great (via adblog)

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13:39:12
Hah

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13:26:12
Neat but flash

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13:20:12
Meatbook (note page 8 - add MSG to rice when cooking it and "The Rice Industry no longers considers it necessary to wash rice before cooking" : the Rice Industry?)

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12:53:12
Teleflip - I only know one US mobile number, so I've tried it

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12:52:12
The conditions for US photo stamps - 3A seems potentially to exclude almost anything worth putting on a stamp!

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11:49:12
Phonetrips - note the retro web awards too.

11 January 2006

Thanks to Lynn
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20:25:11
Look at the google ads

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20:10:11
I got a fantastic rivet sizing gizmo today that I bought on ebay. Tells you the size of holes to drill and stuff. Definitely one for the calendar.

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20:08:11
Cakes by design

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20:07:11
Things in Rubbers

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20:06:11
Done this before. but it is worth repeating

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20:06:11
And the point is?

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20:04:11
Plastic Radios

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20:03:11
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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20:03:11
Huh?

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19:49:11
Laws of human stupidity

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19:38:11
Boing Boing has a thing about someone spending a year at Disney World? Why would anyone voluntarily visit that hell of earth?

10 January 2006

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22:34:10
MTB Militia

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22:21:10
Weebl and bob 100

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09:47:10
Hah

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09:45:10
Another website that refuses to accept .name email addresses - it tests on the length of the last component of the domain being 2 or 3 characters long. People do need to stop relying on tests like that. (And, no, there is not meant to be a link associated with this posting)

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09:36:10
Absolutely fantastic - I might even start using this to put up nice images.

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09:03:10
That's Funny, You Don’t Sound Jewish

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09:02:10
How to defend yourself against a robot uprising.

9 January 2006

Thanks to MrBR61
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20:23:09
Newza da weird

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16:36:09
Hmmm - you might think the page creator is somehow unsure of their gender.

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16:14:09
Hel-looks (via Folderol) Someone ought to do a Bigg Market/Quayside website with photos of the styles there...

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16:12:09
Ooops (via Folderol)

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15:39:09
Can Do Exchange

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14:54:09
The Arnold Project

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14:47:09
Hah!

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12:44:09
Pimp ny nutcracker

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12:01:09
Craft Fair

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11:29:09
Seen on the net : "The top five Windows problems:

1) Viruses. 2) Infections. 3) Spyware. 4) Trojans. 5) Adware.

What a perfect acronym for the latest from Redmond!
"

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09:16:09
Hah

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09:14:09
Closer to the ground

8 January 2006

Thanks to Chris, Linda, Len
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20:21:08
RIP Heinrich Harrer

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20:14:08
Hung

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20:13:08
Secret Societies

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20:11:08
Totally agree - I really want a steam room or something in my house. (And a J-Loo)

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20:09:08
Kodesex

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20:08:08
The Really Stupid website

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20:03:08
Penguin Sweaters

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20:01:08
Dr McNinja

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19:52:08
Hook Norton Steam Brewery

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10:35:08
Takahashi presentation tool

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10:32:08
Mousehole

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10:25:08
Hyperwords

7 January 2006

Thanks to Ole, MrBR61
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22:02:07
Garden your city

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21:25:07
Hmmm

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21:00:07
Public Information Films

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20:57:07
What's with all these awful "10 ways to..." articles that have popped up recently (for instance) - "10 short trite paragraphs that fill a page" perhaps. I'm surprised that the Generator web log hasn't had a 10 list generator.

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11:02:07
Crunks '05

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10:57:07
Tales of a police car hobbyist

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09:24:07
Hmmmm - ever wonder why all these secret societies are always of European origin? Where are all the Chinese and Indian secret societies, after all they've been civilised a lot longer. Or perhaps the Templars are a front organisation for an ancient Chinese society..... (Do follow the guy's links for some wonderful nuttiness)

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09:23:07
Are you living in a computer simulation?

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09:11:07
Running in the rain

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09:06:07
Hah

6 January 2006

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23:33:06
My Name is Earle was quite funny on C4 tonight

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23:32:06
Wacky Warnings - sort of funny, sort of yawn....

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23:30:06
Aargh

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23:08:06
Want

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22:48:06
Photo of me a long time ago

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22:31:06
Been on an "away day" today

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20:57:06
RIP Lou Rawls

5 January 2006

Thanks to Matthew
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22:40:05
Ethical Atheist's 10 commandments

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22:15:05
Limbic resonance

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22:14:05
Sweetheart flutes

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22:13:05
Urban legends at play, methinks

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13:14:05
Click here you idiot

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09:53:05
Sell your soul

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09:48:05
RFID Zapper

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09:43:05
I was thinking about making a Bifurcated Rivets calendar : a lovely photo of a Bifrucated Rivets tin for every month.

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09:41:05
Tokyo bar matchboxes

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09:30:05
Typecasting

4 January 2006

Thanks to Ang, Peter, Ole
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18:39:04
TOOOL

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16:24:04
I wonder how they did that in their studio then?

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15:41:04
Hemaworstje can try to hide but can't escape : try here. (quite NSFW as you would expect and indeed might hope)

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14:27:04
Why is Google in braille today?

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13:40:04
Having another Alison Brown day : so good, so good.

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13:30:04
I wondered what had happened to these photos which used ot be on display in Thornes bookshop. (via Look at this)

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13:22:04
Excellent stuff on learning

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12:55:04
Drink recipes

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12:45:04
Listen with headphones - astonishing and creepy

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12:33:04
Games

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09:50:04
Thanks Gary - some good stuff in there, just the kind of thing I have been looking for recently too.

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09:38:04
Hypnosis in media

3 January 2006

Thanks to JC
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22:35:03
Blonde joke

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22:27:03
Web developer firefox extension just went to 1.0 - good stuff.

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22:18:03
Atlantic 252 (of no interest to occipondians I suspect, and probably very few others)

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19:25:03
Hmmmm

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10:12:03
Excellent "In Dada spirit, Highberger did not select a specific month to celebrate Dada. Instead hes proclaiming International Dada month as Feb. 4, April 1, March 28, July 15, Aug. 2, Aug. 7, Aug. 16, Aug. 26, Sept. 18, Sept. 22, Oct. 1, Oct. 17 and Oct. 26. Highberger selected the dates by rolling dice and pulling numbers from a hat."

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10:08:03
Hmmmm - might be NSFW and might offend, but do read about Master Skip, and indeed any of them. Do you think they know how ridiculous they sound?

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10:03:03
Collage

2 January 2006

Thanks to Ang, Andy S.
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23:03:02
Assassination science

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22:51:02
Huh - I didn't get sent any. And where's my G5?

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21:45:02
Strange, NSFW, and certain to offend

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21:43:02
Another "who's on first"

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10:14:02
Lots of strange stuff

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10:13:02
Play gamelan

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10:12:02
Which book?

1 January 2006

Thanks to Lynn, Len, Ole
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22:39:01
I note once again that I seem to have failed to win (or be nominated for) any of the prestigious web awards last year. Or even any of the unprestigious ones.

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21:46:01
Bluegrassbox (Thanks Gary)

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21:37:01
Knuckles in Chinaland

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21:16:01
Wandoo Digeridoo

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10:50:01
Florida struck me as quite normal

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10:47:01
Closures and name changes - horrible when something like that happens. (I am still angry that they changed the name of Bainbridges in Newcastle)

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10:44:01
DJ Izoh

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10:41:01
I could go there (Len is going in fact)

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10:39:01
One way to spend new year's eve (Though I think they got the year wrong)

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10:37:01
Ball of paint (popups and horrible ad alert)

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10:37:01
Dummy houses

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10:35:01
Hah

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10:34:01
Bye Bye Blackboard - I much prefer blackboards to whiteboards for teaching.

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10:33:01
Glass engine

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10:32:01
My first tattoo

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10:31:01
Saddest songs - Satie Gymnopedie?????

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10:29:01
Pet coffins

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10:28:01
Escherization

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10:27:01
Cindy Wright

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00:03:01
Happy new year everyone

31 December 2005

Thanks to Len
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17:34:31
The Silhouette parlour

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17:25:31
Silvester Nacht

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10:21:31
Hmmm

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10:11:31
Old Tokyo

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10:03:31
Nothing like starting a new volume on the last day of the year, don't you think?

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