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13 May 2006

Thanks to Hanan
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10:10:13
Food craving

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00:35:13
A rivet hammer? (I think it's a toffee hammer or an ice pick)

12 May 2006

Thanks to Bruce
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22:00:12
Jazz discography project

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20:52:12
MIDI backups

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20:49:12
Manoucheries

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20:45:12
Even more expensive than the Vanden

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20:41:12
Ridiculous

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20:40:12
Damned Yoga

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19:06:12
"Ajax-rich messaging and collaboration tools for the enterprise" hah!

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18:58:12
Good grief

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17:12:12
Yesterday, there was a busker at the top of Northumberland St, playing a Mike Vanden F5 mandolin. I just went and looked at how much they cost. I should definitely have gone over and suggested that he give it to me. I'm not sure that I would even take it out of its case at that price. I don't know if I would dare open the case.

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15:29:12
Huh

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12:40:12
Hah

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08:55:12
Irish tune info

11 May 2006

Thanks to Pat, Bruce, Toby, Graydon
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23:39:11
Hah

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23:20:11
Good grief

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15:46:11
General Decimal Arithmetic

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15:40:11
This may answer my question about the usefulness or otherwise of David Blaine. Or not.

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15:24:11
The trouble with Crazy Japan is that you end up trying to work out what the Spanish description of Japanese page means.

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14:51:11
Mirage info

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12:12:11
Wow

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11:53:11
Hmmm

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11:42:11
Simply fantastic and also utterly depressing

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11:37:11
Hey! Banjo and tapdancing Pity its crap though.

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10:37:11
Voynich stuff

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09:33:11
Alpaca

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09:25:11
Crystal Closet Queen - try their version of "it takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry". Some work on the vocals needed.

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09:22:11
Wet Brain

10 May 2006

Thanks to Len, Larry, Lynn, Graydon, Matt
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23:43:10
Dying swan

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23:40:10
Johnny rocketfingers 2 walktrhough

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23:10:10
50 hot choruses

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22:35:10
CLAM

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22:22:10
Online salsa lessons

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21:08:10
Eternal sunset (via J-Walk)

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20:52:10
3D

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16:14:10
Takagi Masakatsu

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16:09:10
D'n'B - I love D'n'B too.

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16:06:10
Head magazine

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16:05:10
I do like the Easy Club's version of Black is the Colour.

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15:58:10
Hmmm

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14:48:10
Hah

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14:44:10
Neat

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14:17:10
Carbon Neutral Newcastle

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12:36:10
Good Grief (via J-Walk)

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11:54:10
Was up clearing weeds at the new allotment yesterday so I am stiff. It's starting to shape up slowly though. I need a big flame weeder...

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10:00:10
Raging Fred (NSFW sound) I've never seen Raging Bull so this doesn't mean a lot to me.

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09:52:10
Ask the couch on slang : may well offend (though it may also educate or at least illuminate)

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09:49:10
Rescuing Da Vinci

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09:15:10
Hmmm

9 May 2006

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22:36:09
Evolution of Dance - shoot the shriekers in the audience please

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16:24:09
Hmmm

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15:44:09
Don't just look at the CRASH photos : vote!!!!!

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12:51:09
Chain reading - why is it that the people who sign up to these kinds of sites only seem to read popular widely-promoted, over-hyped books, and also seem to be unable to recognise rubbish when they read it? You could imagine a site filled with recommendations for interesting, well written and unusual books, but it never seems to tip over into reality.

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12:46:09
Guide to Japanese

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09:51:09
White Man Stew returns

8 May 2006

Thanks to Bruce, Lynn
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20:08:08
Certifyr

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20:06:08
CRASH photo competition Vote for one!!!!

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14:36:08
Louis Slotin

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14:34:08
Startup (mouse around)

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14:32:08
Good grief

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14:31:08
Hah

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14:27:08
Get your entries in

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12:42:08
Your normal day

7 May 2006

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19:53:07
I'm having a serious cull of the feeds I follow : so much dull self-promotion, repetition and just rubbish around at the moment. I might just stick with TV in Japan and be done with.

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19:50:07
Odd that God didn't suggest that he learned to write literate English as well

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19:39:07
Crivvens

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19:34:07
prejudice map

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19:33:07
Yesterday we ordered our summer/winter house. Today I demolished some wall that was in the way of where it will go and then I was up digging at our allotment. I'm knackered.

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18:51:07
Fukuwajutsu nante tsuman'nee zo

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18:47:07
Mangarama

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10:21:07
I do believe that this may be the oddest thing I have ever seen. (via TV in Japan (where else?))

6 May 2006

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22:12:06
Hah (I actually own one of these)

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21:36:06
PLORK

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21:35:06
Hah

5 May 2006

Thanks to Lynn, Larry
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22:53:05
I'm looking forward to it

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22:49:05
Babble has got a new, improved interface.

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22:33:05
Useless Knowledge

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19:49:05
Links on Fiddling fixed (thanks Frank)

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16:38:05
I just saw an advert for "Renault Scenic Mats" and I instantly had this vision of landscapes that you put on the floor of your a car. Like those place mats you used to get. Probably the Hay Wain.

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14:37:05
fuku wa puku puku

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14:35:05
My house is OK

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13:32:05
Moniaive - seems my great-grandmother lived here at one time. Bad information - it wasn't my great-grandmother at all but some other not really related realtive.

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13:23:05
Anyone he hasn't played for?

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12:38:05
Let me present First Steps in Fiddling - a product of a more innocent age methinks.

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11:26:05
Just got two nice rivets tins : one in a shape that I have not seen before (which makes it pretty old I think) and one containing rivets with the company name embossed on the head, again, which I have not seen before.

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11:19:05
Good grief

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11:05:05
Matt Sircely (pity about the black on black text....)

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10:50:05
This appears to be a catalogue of clones or something. Or perhaps androids

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10:48:05
Sting was recording in one of the rooms in the Sage last night, though not the actual recording studio, the one with the big windows.

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10:26:05
Pop Translator

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10:12:05
addictive

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09:58:05
Help my Boab! (That's much the same as Jings and Crivvens)

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09:55:05
Amazing

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09:31:05
If I had his money, I would have finished building the fireplace and made the pool twice as wide.

4 May 2006

Thanks to Lynn, JC, Len
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23:24:04
Hazing deaths

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23:22:04
Racoons getting high

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16:19:04
Viagraholics

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12:01:04
Curling in Canada

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11:55:04
Food is art

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11:55:04
Tooth Loss

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11:54:04
Rolls, buns, baps, whatever

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11:54:04
Hmmmm

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11:53:04
Flower images

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11:52:04
Meat Training

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11:49:04
MacNeill and MacIntosh

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11:37:04
New weebl and bob

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11:18:04
Beast magazine

3 May 2006

Thanks to Bruce
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21:58:03
Crivvens (that's a bit like Jings)

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21:50:03
More sighs

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21:49:03
Sigh

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21:47:03
Mustrad

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17:23:03
Ascii maps

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12:34:03
Synth Cliches (via Robot Wisdom)

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12:29:03
Infrequently Asked Questions

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12:26:03
Fake?

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11:42:03
More good stuff at TV in Japan today. I think you should just assume that you need to read it everyday from now on.

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10:19:03
Best Buy

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07:33:03
Some old ones, but also some I hadn't seen

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07:31:03
Burning jell-o (If it's science why are they using Farenheit and imperial measures?)

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07:21:03
Eurobad (It looks like a set of location shots for a pr0n movie. Make sure and check out the front page of the whole site, some lovely faux fur there, and an old favourite)

2 May 2006

Thanks to Bruce
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23:05:02
Alice

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21:28:02
If a homeopath cured using similarity, an allopath using difference and a naturopath by using natural techniques. What does a psychopath do?

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21:22:02
Rushkov gets fired up

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17:37:02
Blue Monk Lyrics

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17:35:02
Round about Monk

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14:18:02
And the point of David Blaine is?

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14:17:02
The only good thing about the World Cup is that you can tell who to avoid on the road by the presence of attached flags on the car.

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14:08:02
Vinyl Paradise

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14:03:02
These are good

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13:55:02
Interesting

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13:35:02
Good stuff over at TV in Japan today

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10:28:02
Hah

1 May 2006

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22:10:01
Woophy

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21:12:01
Folktunes (via Honey where you been)

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09:59:01
Clever

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09:56:01
Oozinator (link fixed)

30 April 2006

Thanks to Ole
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15:43:30
There's a Tear in my Beer

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13:12:30
Mutts (I love the vertical/right to left-ness of it!!)

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13:11:30
Ku:nel

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13:11:30
Relax

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13:10:30
Olive

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13:10:30
Croissant

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13:10:30
Ginza

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13:08:30
Pen

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13:07:30
J-fashion magazine headlines

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13:03:30
Brutus

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11:45:30
Get abstract

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11:31:30
Voyeurism not encouraged (so why point it out then?)

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10:21:30
Jings (That's a Scottish equivalent of Good Grief)

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10:17:30
Comments should be working again. Sorry about that.

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09:07:30
Hah

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09:04:30
World's biggest ad - but since nobody can see it I suppose it must be a viral of some kind where they are trying to get webloggers to mention it because it is the world's biggest ad. That'll never work.

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00:04:30
Woot! BR is 7 years old today.

29 April 2006

Thanks to U1
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23:56:29
Poetry for physicists

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23:55:29
"A very unique look into the real meaning of freedom" Very unique? I invoke PEDANT POWER!!!!!

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23:50:29
The Marshalls were gypsies

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23:48:29
Nothing to do with Gypsies at all

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23:45:29
Pink gypsy

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23:42:29
Cough

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23:41:29
Ahemm

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23:37:29
Sort of interesting (via robot wisdom)

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23:35:29
"We are a small family business devoted to producing the finest wooden swords in the world" - definitely a niche market methinks. Indeed the people who buy them probably have lots of niches all over their houses.

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23:33:29
audio dharma

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23:33:29
Go on, sign up Send me a postcard

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23:32:29
data is nature

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23:23:29
Huh - no idea what is going on here.

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23:16:29
Hmmmm

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23:15:29
Ascension Research Center

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23:12:29
Ascended Master Teaching Foundation

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21:38:29
Odd Music

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21:00:29
Machines

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19:23:29
Jewgrass

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19:20:29
Hot String Swing

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19:18:29
Gypsy Swing Revue

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16:47:29
clever idea

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10:51:29
Odder

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10:49:29
Odd

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00:53:29
Note that the Steve Howe who was just killed in an accident is *not* the guitarist!!

28 April 2006

Thanks to Lynn, MG
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21:15:28
Saint of the month club

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21:07:28
This evening I'm weblogging live from my front room. I'm in the house on my own - even the cat is out. Nothing much is happening at the moment. But of course as soon as anything does you'll be the first to know.

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20:48:28
The snooker's been good this week. Snooker is one of those games that's great to watch because you know how hard it is because you've tried it! Ebdon just played the most incredible double.

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16:46:28
Balloon sculpture

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16:46:28
Hmmmm

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16:45:28
Crabs

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16:45:28
Nice

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16:43:28
Solomon's castle

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16:36:28
Good grief (via Angus Index)

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16:20:28
Fresh yarn

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16:13:28
Zhongwen

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15:46:28
Bizarre

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15:00:28
User manuals

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14:49:28
White rabbit express

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13:33:28
Crash bonsai

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10:29:28
TV in Japan

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10:28:28
Gets bowring after a while

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10:07:28
Huh

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10:06:28
Why is everyone so exercised by the name Wii? It's just a name for a product for goodness sake.

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09:51:28
Custom love songs

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09:23:28
Good grief

27 April 2006

Thanks to Matt
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17:57:27
Huh

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14:55:27
"I am Mr.Formby George,Rusian citizen and Principal assurance manager for the Lloyds TSB in Scotland. I have a concealed business suggestion for you" Hidden banjoeles?

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11:19:27
Nice idea, badly done

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11:16:27
This ad is good too (both via Boing boing of course)

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11:14:27
Hmmm

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11:11:27
Slimdevices

26 April 2006

Thanks to Larry, Lynn, Graydon
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16:48:26
Good grief

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16:29:26
why?

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16:26:26
Huh

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15:57:26
I have to say that I have no idea why I would want to carry round any of these.

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15:50:26
Fibs

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15:49:26
Can play a bit.

25 April 2006

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22:38:25
Mootube

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22:05:25
Standing room.....

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12:36:25
Disney reuse

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12:33:25
I just saw someone described as a "rabid liberal" which sounds very odd in a UK context at least.

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09:57:25
What is it about the people that post comments to design weblogs? They are such sychophants : "man, you just summed up everything", "That was such a wonderful post, so insightful" and other such things. Get a grip people, particularly when a) the posting is essentially a summary of what other people have said, and b) it's entirely obvious anyway. Oh, and I know you lot, so let's just not bother with the sarcastic sychophancy in the comments. OK?

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09:51:25
Hah

24 April 2006

Thanks to Semicat
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22:34:24
Bloop watch (via Damn Interesting)

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22:26:24
The bookman

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22:06:24
Ugh

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22:04:24
Why?

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21:57:24
Hmmmm or possibly Good grief. Your call.

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15:56:24
Dance Monkey Dance

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14:30:24
Hah

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14:24:24
Nice

23 April 2006

Thanks to JC, Bruce, Lynn
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22:44:23
Hah

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22:30:23
Eye stuff

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22:27:23
Todo list weblog - think they might be writing a book???

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22:14:23
Tests

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22:13:23
Hah

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22:10:23
Popaganda

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22:09:23
International capslock day

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22:08:23
10 ways to annoy a sushi chef

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22:06:23
Net hash

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22:04:23
Dioramas

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22:03:23
History shots

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22:00:23
Web standards in a nutshell

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21:52:23
BRM

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21:28:23
Planted onions today. Ran an armoured cable down the garden. Cut the grass with petrol mower someone gave me. Manured stuff. Jet-washed patios and things. We seem to have acquired an allotment too.

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20:54:23
Hmmm

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18:22:23
Hmmmmmmm

22 April 2006

Thanks to Lynn
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22:23:22
I wonder if I should rename this Bfurctd Rivts

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21:52:22
Hmmm

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21:49:22
This is nice too

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21:24:22
Trying a B-54 (couldn't get the layering to work properly though)

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10:30:22
Wicked lasers

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10:28:22
Hmmm

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10:20:22
Integratron

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10:05:22
Tons of good stuff (via Daily Jive)

21 April 2006

Thanks to Mr BR61, Bruce, Graydon, Ole
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23:33:21
Baby cage

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23:31:21
Remarkable

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17:54:21
Wow

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17:50:21
Driving in India

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17:43:21
Religions in the USA

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17:19:21
Sesame Street (it doesn't seem to have my all time favourite which is about ten and which I would love to see again)

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17:18:21
Here is where I was on holiday. Amazing place to stay. Of course, Portugal as a whole was excellent as usual. Did have a problem getting htere as our flight out was cancelled and rescheduled for the next day though.

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17:12:21
Uses for peanut butter

12 April 2006

Thanks to Lynn, Ole, Semict, Susan
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20:28:12
You should be able to sense the pall of silence slowly descending in these environs......

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20:21:12
Acme mapper

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20:20:12
RIP June Pointer

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14:50:12
Good lord, they think that C level is hard??

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12:52:12
Hear the long lost Son House tracks over at Honey, where you been so long

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12:50:12
Never hit your grandma with a shovel

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10:19:12
Odd

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10:13:12
Lovely

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10:07:12
Trailer for the Chesty Morgan film Deadly Weapons (Not suitable for people with taste)

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10:01:12
Kurosawa foundation

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07:55:12
No comment

11 April 2006

Thanks to JW, Bruce, Pat, David
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21:34:11
Banjo jokes from HWJ in the comments - some of them I hadn't heard before.

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19:42:11
Pimp my snack

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15:26:11
Wow (slow load!)

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15:19:11
Language guesser

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10:05:11
Quite bizarre really

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09:16:11
Shotgun - must be a transpondian thing since I have never come across anyone doing it here.

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09:09:11
Hmmm

10 April 2006

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22:39:10
Excellent!! (well, if you are a mandolin player)

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22:17:10
Neat

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17:43:10
Triple god

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17:10:10
How god loves the world (with diagrams!!!!!)

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10:00:10
Reincarnation station (A Rhino since you ask)

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09:56:10
Mangold Hurling

9 April 2006

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22:16:09
Bloody spammers have ben filling up my Cemetery visitors' book with their crap.Grrr.

8 April 2006

Thanks to Pat, Linda
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21:18:08
Spülmaschinengeeignet

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21:10:08
Last night we went to the pub at the bottom of our street to see a band called XYZ (it's James Hill tune named after a racehorse) : two fiddles and a guitar. They were superb - lovely selection of tunes, well played.

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20:39:08
Oh lord, there is a standin' on the corner website.

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20:38:08
"Well, I'm a standing on a corner in Winslow, Arizona, and such a fine sight to see. It's a girl, my Lord, in a flatbed Ford slowin' down to take a look at me" Definitely one of the great song lines.

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09:42:08
Snubster

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09:41:08
Spockographs

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09:40:08
Headwaters Canoes

7 April 2006

Thanks to Len, Lynn
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15:43:07
I do love the tune Panhandle Country - it just swings along so nicely.

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15:36:07
I can't hear the difference.

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14:29:07
Not sure about a blue mandolin, even at $5000 a throw. (I say this as the owner of a bright red mandolin of course)

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10:18:07
A Spectacle in Color: The Lesbian and Gay Subculture of Jazz Age Harlem

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10:17:07
Buffet Flat (I posted this because I was listening to Bessie Smith's Soft Pedal Blues which is about a buffet flat, and then two tunes later there was a reference in another song by someone else entirely)

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10:07:07
If you are near Washington...

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10:02:07
I bought tickets for Lou Reed at the Sage in June. I suspect he'll be awful, but I thought that I ought to go and see him.

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10:00:07
Banjo : a vicious habit (via Tuwa's Shanty)

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10:00:07
Curtis Eller - he was at the CLuny in Newcastle alst night and I didn't know. (I couldn't have gone anyway)

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09:55:07
Ah, So What, the original version off Kind of Blue rather than the later too fast ones. Wonderful stuff.

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09:29:07
Hah

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09:21:07
Lasik at home - note that the doctor wears glasses.... (I hope/assume this is a spoof)

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09:12:07
Questionize

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09:11:07
Odd (doesn't work in IE I am told)

6 April 2006

Thanks to Len
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14:59:06
Keo

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09:37:06
Hah

5 April 2006

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20:28:05
Hmmmm

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12:14:05
The art of motion

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12:10:05
Now start a beard

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12:07:05
RIP Gene Pitney

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10:12:05
バスガスばくはつ basu gasu baku hatsu : Bus gas explosion

4 April 2006

Thanks to Len
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21:57:04
Doors

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15:16:04
Oh, and look at DS's Stop Press page.... I think that the interest might just have faded chaps.

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15:13:04
Doris Stokes

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12:18:04
Spelling poems

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12:01:04
Who let the Jews out?

3 April 2006

Thanks to Bruce
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20:21:03
Ropes and cords

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20:11:03
Transmitting news of idea and goods

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19:55:03
Hmmmm

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12:39:03
Whatsup

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09:48:03
A Bob Ross video game?!?!?!?!

2 April 2006

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22:41:02
Magneto Syndrome - need to be very precise with the cursor.

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22:38:02
I do so like having Band in a Box - you can just sit and play away to a great accompaniment and nobody cares how rubbish you are. (and you can play it slow when you (well, I) can't keep up)

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21:48:02
Hillbillies from Mars

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21:40:02
I typed in a rant yesterday about how dull April Fool's jokes are and then deleted it. I see now that I would only have been keeping up with the field since everyone seems to be posting about how crap AFD items are. I haven't made up my mind yet whether deleting was a good thing or a bad thing. It was a very curmudgeonly rant.

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21:20:02
Dorset Naga (via Robot Wisdom)

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10:36:02
The surf cafe down in Watergate Bay used to be a really good place to go, but then someone did a American Diner style makeover on it and it was less good, but still nice. Now I read that Jamie Oliver has taken it over and is turning it into 15 Cornwall which will be expensive, exclusive and booked up months in advance. *sigh*

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00:51:02
The Ephemera

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00:04:02
Great Get Carter location tour

1 April 2006

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23:41:01
Just watched Get Carter - never seen it before. Good film, and an interesting view of a long gone Newcastle.

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21:14:01
My mother sitting on a rock in Caithness

31 March 2006

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19:57:31
Amazing reverse speech nonsense

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19:37:31
Elista - a website for Kalmyks....

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14:52:31
For one awful moment I thought it was Enyagram...

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14:30:31
Hmmm

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13:13:31
My daughter was in a stage performance last night and the Mayor of Gateshead was in attendance. Full-on, mayoral chain bling, over a homer simpson tie. Most odd. (The performnace was fantastic)

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12:35:31
Amazing

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11:22:31
Cuts and Caps - useful

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10:27:31
Clever stuff

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08:12:31
Hmmmm - this really needed a witty title, but I couldn't come up with one that was really snappy so feel free to imagine one of your own.

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07:47:31
The Hungry Duck

30 March 2006

Thanks to Ole, Peter
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13:57:30
The Bass Tab Archive

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12:44:30
Neat

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12:30:30
Isolatr

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11:20:30
Lezzepplin

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09:32:30
Cane Toad

29 March 2006

Thanks to JC
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21:16:29
"It is not clear how the plane will be removed" From an air base with the longest runway in ireland? Huh?

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16:38:29
Hmmm

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15:31:29
Serial no. 3817131

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15:28:29
Saute Wednesday

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15:28:29
Language Codes

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15:08:29
Deadly Roads

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14:39:29
This morning I came in on the bus listening to Phillip Glass, and then I went and sat in a soundproof booth for an hour listening to repeating 200Hz tones.

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09:06:29
Please sign here

28 March 2006

Thanks to Len
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22:38:28
Blendie

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22:29:28
Suckerfish Hover Lightbox - neat

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20:23:28
Yeah, I finally got a name check on Google Sightseeing!!

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10:26:28
MCA Chicago

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10:24:28
60 second Passover Seder - nice flash, though I have no idea what's going on as it is all in Hebrew.

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10:02:28
Pound

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09:59:28
I assume there is some kind of Pepper's ghost thing in this photo, but I cant quite work it out.

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08:36:28
Good lord, though I can't say I am surprised

27 March 2006

Thanks to LTG, Lynn
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23:22:27
These are fantastic

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16:11:27
Which Robert Johnson song are you? I'm "They're Red Hot" which is indeed one of my favourites. (Via Thumbrella)

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16:03:27
Bizarre selection of the top 18 urban skylines - some of the ugliest skylines I have ever seen.

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15:41:27
Fascinating (via KGB Report)

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12:24:27
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries Presents

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12:19:27
Pwntcha

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12:03:27
Lightfeet

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11:51:27
Tatjana van Ark

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09:35:27
Chetzar

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09:34:27
Normal for Norwich

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09:29:27
Good grief

26 March 2006

Thanks to John W.
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22:55:26
Go Lara

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19:23:26
Lion Lamb

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00:21:26
Paper boxes

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00:08:26
Of course P&K have a website

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00:05:26
Pomme and Kelly do Toxic

25 March 2006

Thanks to John W., Gary
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23:50:25
I just got mail from one of my father's cousins who I haven't seen for lots of years.

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23:22:25
cursor eater

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23:15:25
Japanese pod 101

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21:20:25
History of the Bouzouki (via Thumbrella)

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20:53:25
Freak Mountain

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20:43:25
Gracious

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20:42:25
RIP Buck Owens

24 March 2006

Thanks to Paul
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21:30:24
Hmmm

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16:25:24
GMT

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16:04:24
Magic Words

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15:59:24
Acronym Attic

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15:41:24
Idiophonics in Early Japanese Women's Poetry

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15:20:24
Halfcut publications (I'm mining old email messages.....)

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14:07:24
Braintrans

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09:53:24
I see some architect has sold his UK practice because of a national aversion to risk-taking. It seems to me that, translated into real words, this means that he was designing buildings that people didn't wantor like and so his business went under - just like any other business that doesn't deliver what customers want. When did architects get a dispensation to be different?

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09:44:24
Hooting Yard

23 March 2006

Thanks to Len
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17:54:23
todoque

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16:13:23
Ah, BIll Evan's playing Autumn Leaves from the Portraits in Jazz album. Nicccce!

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15:43:23
Paris Hilton Manga

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15:20:23
Oh god, wouldn't you just have known that Cory D. was an early riser.

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15:06:23
This is one of the Google Idol videos and is fantastic! I particularly like the bit where the girl on the right leans into the camera to go "Ooo"

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14:56:23
Google Idol

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09:50:23
In the dark

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09:48:23
Plumber game - I gave up at level 8 because it's really just a matter of simple reasoning and it got dull.

22 March 2006

Thanks to George
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22:06:22
Levitation

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21:27:22
Just cool chairs

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16:07:22
Duct tape

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13:32:22
Great name - I wonder what it means in Korean (if anything)

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12:55:22
Watch the video

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12:45:22
I had fun last night taking the Australian Ladies across the Minch to meet John McFadyen of Melfort and indeed Flett from Floota and Father John Macmillan of Barra.

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12:44:22
How to survive creative burnout

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12:17:22
Reverse engineering Skype

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09:39:22
Hmmm

21 March 2006

Thanks to Ole
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19:30:21
Odd

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19:21:21
My iBook is on its last legs. I really wish Apple would stop being coy and just give me a new, top-end laptop to review - they know they want to really.

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16:36:21
Coffee art

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15:53:21
Hah (NSFW sound)

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14:09:21
octomatics

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11:02:21
Barney as 2Pac (NSFW language)

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10:10:21
Planes

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10:06:21
Bob's weblog

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09:52:21
Smartphrase - try some of the randomly generated ones...

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