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29 June 2006

Thanks to Linda, Dusty
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23:13:29
Marshall

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23:12:29
AC30

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23:10:29
Net anecdotes

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23:09:29
Stupid

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16:01:29
The Puppini Sisters

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15:53:29
PA secrets

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12:40:29
Vox - not quite sure what the USP for this is.

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12:14:29
evox

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12:05:29
Useful

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10:05:29
I just tried the new Flock beta. It looks a bit better than before but it is stuffed with interfaces to services I don't use so what's the advantage? Designed for a clique I think.

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09:43:29
Oh, strange

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09:40:29
Excellent

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09:25:29
Ask Imam

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09:05:29
Bushisms

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09:04:29
Secrets of Y

28 June 2006

Thanks to SemiCat, Len, Ian M., Mark, Bruce
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16:34:28
Ketchup - very interesting

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16:19:28
It just suddenly started raining torrentially here.

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15:59:28
Overplot

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15:57:28
I just fielded an enquiry call from Nigeria. How do spammers manage when people phone them? This guy sounded like he was standing in lift shaft with 53 other people. I could barely hear what he said at all.

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15:18:28
Excellent

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14:30:28
Timestrip - more excuses for wasting perfectly edible food.

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09:46:28
More Samchillian - I want one

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09:42:28
Samchillian

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09:41:28
Hmmmmm

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09:40:28
Slightly Amusing

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09:39:28
IMPORTANT : the BR machine will be switched off from Friday 30th until (at least) the 4th July. There is power system work going on over that period in the building in which it lives. So not only silence, but also darkness. But it's Newcastleton this weekend anyway.

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09:35:28
Steamtoys - it's doing the rounds but several people have sent me this one today so it clearly wants to be posted here.

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08:56:28
Weird Opera flash advert

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08:54:28
Cory Sucks - it's the Disney obsession that really gets me. Disneyland smells funny and is so utterly, utterly naff. I have no idea why people go on about it so much (I will say though that the parades are done well and that the night time shows with lights and stuff are spectacular)

27 June 2006

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23:04:27
Stain removal

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09:40:27
Barcodes

26 June 2006

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22:54:26
Wow

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22:52:26
Etymonline

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20:36:26
FVZA

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15:02:26
Over heard in New York - some good ones today

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14:59:26
Oh lord

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12:01:26
Extremely NSFW Russian Vodka advert

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11:52:26
Josh Blue (excellent, apart from the howling audience of course)

25 June 2006

Thanks to JW
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21:25:25
WubHub

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21:12:25
SBaGen

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20:32:25
yet more

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20:30:25
More insane surfing skills - the blowout from that tube is incredible.

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20:28:25
Ignore the crap but watch the surfing

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20:22:25
Visions of China - a great song

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18:16:25
FBI Miami Firefight

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18:11:25
YAN Lileks

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12:52:25
Why did they even ask? Does Disney have people working the graveyard shift? (You cannot imagine how much I detest Disney for what they've done to Winnie the Pooh. It possibly makes me more angry than Matgaret Thatcher does and that is going some) I'm also typing this without my glasses so it may be gibberish. Well, more gibberish than usual.

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11:27:25
More excellent Lileks

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10:51:25
GI Sweethearts - Lileks on form as usual

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10:36:25
Good knife sharpening tutorial with sarky comments. Step 4 is interesting.

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10:30:25
Interesting idea but if course it does rely on people having peepholes in their door, and I don't know a single person who has one. Could also freak someone out badly.

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10:28:25
Hmmmmm

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00:30:25
The most powerful spells on the Internet

24 June 2006

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23:59:24
Orthophonic high fidelity victrolas - sounds like a Spam subject line! (via Sharpeworld)

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23:36:24
Soap nuts

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10:30:24
23

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09:46:24
Tricky - stuck on 17 at the moment

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00:20:24
State of the Union

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00:18:24
Don't try this at home

23 June 2006

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21:08:23
Live Radio (via White Man Stew)

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15:19:23
Hmmmm

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14:06:23
I wonder how you stop text inputs from doing a submit of their form when you hit return. Anyone know? I'm sure it's either obvious or impossible; it won't be something in between.

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09:22:23
I'm listening to a bizarre song by the Sons of the Pioneers called Move Along You Lazy Cattle in which they are singing to the cattle telling them to get a move on and to fill up on clover because they aren't coming back from the journey and that they'll get 10 cents a pound for them. They also claim that there's a prairie in the sky where cattle go and that they will meet them there. Personally, I don't think that I would want to meet them myself as the beasts might just be a tad angry.

22 June 2006

Thanks to Ole, Lynn
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23:50:22
Micro car museum

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23:49:22
Haha!!

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15:18:22
Hah

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15:09:22
Duane Hanson

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14:21:22
Trompe

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12:33:22
Lots of theory for guitarists

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12:32:22
Hybrids

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12:25:22
The Jazz Guide

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11:59:22
Heavens Above

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08:56:22
Bossa chords & lyrics

21 June 2006

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23:58:21
Nice

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21:48:21
Excellent regex visualiser

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21:44:21
Salsa Pulse

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16:50:21
Blind Willie McTell is another person who gives great interjection. (I'm listening to his track Razor Ball)

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15:49:21
Neat

20 June 2006

Thanks to Graydon
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22:35:20
So why is Mog different from audio scrobbler?

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22:27:20
RIP Top of the Pops

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21:05:20
Bad boss

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14:25:20
Greta North Korea photos

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14:20:20
Check out the MP3s of CPR - Honeysuckle Rose is particularly fine

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09:14:20
Stuffed animal rights

19 June 2006

Thanks to Graydon
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22:39:19
Expensive things

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22:37:19
Strange Dolls

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16:51:19
Repent

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13:44:19
Freud gifts

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12:40:19
Errors

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09:46:19
The wireless died as soon as we left the station yesterday - I counted at elast 20 people trying to connect at one point and these were only the ones who had open wireless connections on their laptops. I suspect that many people simply don't realise the information they are broadcasting to the whole train, like 'Fred Smith iBOok g4 17"'.

18 June 2006

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13:48:18
I'm on the train at the moment, though it is in fact not moving as it hasn't left yet. And it's pointing the wrong way for some reason, though they do keep assuring us that it is indeed the right train.

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13:46:18
Hmmmm

17 June 2006

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23:04:17
Drove from Wick to Edinburgh today. Wick is the deadest town I have ever been in.

14 June 2006

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16:38:14
Silence will possibly reign (or possibly even rain, or indeed both) for a few days as my father has been taken ill whilst on holiday and I am heading up to Wick to see him and my mother, and probably drive them back home when he gets out of hospital.

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16:37:14
My iTunes Music Signature - it really does capture the experience of walking past my office.

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12:27:14
Why be born again when you can just grow up?

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10:33:14
Dear NSA

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09:47:14
Apple Dei

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09:47:14
Going to see Lou Reid tonight.

13 June 2006

Thanks to Ole
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22:40:13
Everyone is linking to this - but what is going on in the 3rd image down on the right? And what has it to do with iPods or, indeed, TP?

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20:43:13
Hmmm - seems obvious how it's done, but pretty freaky.

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10:31:13
Hard

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09:55:13
I can only get to 14K

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09:48:13
Good grief

12 June 2006

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23:05:12
Ole, surely you must have one of these by now

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22:55:12
Weird Al does James Blunt

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22:52:12
Hmmmm

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22:37:12
Ah, Debbie

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09:13:12
Larry cartoons

11 June 2006

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22:50:11
Excellent intro to Go (via Alkaline Earth)

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22:46:11
Better allotment shot in local.live - these are quite old as it is still all cultivated in them.

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22:42:11
Our allotment

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22:39:11
Uk Aerial photos

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22:27:11
Fun

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22:20:11
I want a tabla machine, though clearly not a broken one....

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21:57:11
Retrofret and Musurgia

10 June 2006

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23:19:10
Nice looking site

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23:11:10
Tate Your collection

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23:09:10
We might be getting one of these.

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20:42:10
great, but of course it's so big all the cars will break down before they get round it even once.

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20:34:10
Excellent

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20:29:10
The full Norman Rockwell Code

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10:46:10
32 balls

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10:45:10
Before & After Mag

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10:38:10
Interesting

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10:28:10
Bizarre (via TV in Japan)

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02:52:10
Surely 2.55 isn't really that late. I may feel dreadful at 9.00 though.

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00:52:10
The Norman Rockwell code

9 June 2006

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16:14:09
Oh, I really like Sade's Smooth Operator. A perfect pop song.

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12:57:09
Torn - why are the audience in fits? It is isn't that funny. In fact it's barely funny at all.

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11:58:09
I took my goatse stickers into the common room here and almost nobody understood them. How odd. Do they use a different Internet to me?

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09:26:09
Goatsesighting (the stickers are great)

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09:16:09
Gould's second Goldbergs Part 1. Part 2. Uploaded only yesterday so it will probably vanish. It's fantastic to see him playing it. Astonishing technique.

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09:14:09
John Fahey - absolutely wrecked. The playing is in this clip. And here is another tune by him

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09:14:09
The ValleySchwag arrived this morning.

8 June 2006

Thanks to Pat
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23:47:08
Hah

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15:33:08
An accident in waiting

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15:20:08
Some Jazz

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15:19:08
Music Hall Performers

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15:10:08
Reno again

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15:08:08
Reno & Smiley - what has the fiddler been smoking?

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15:05:08
More JD, well sort of - terrible recording, and they are the most unprepossessing bunch I have ever seen. Is that Skaggs on the mandolin at the back again? I just can't tell - all these country boys look the same to me.

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15:02:08
JD Crowe & the New South - I can't work out how old this is. I don't think that it's Skaggs on the mandolin, though it could be - it's the same solo as on the record! But Jerry Douglas isn't there and I think the singer is different. However, this is one of the all time classics and JD Crowe is a true banjo master

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14:56:08
Scruggs, Skaggs, Watson - nice examples of Doc's interjections. Fairly dull Skaggs mandolin solo though (actually Skaggs looks awful in this video, especially compared with the real oldsters)

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14:52:08
More F&S - is that the same Gibson Granada in all these clips??? Earl really in his prime in these last two

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14:49:08
Earl and Lester

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14:48:08
Earl and the Chieftains

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14:45:08
Earl and Doc

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14:34:08
Jimi

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14:11:08
This is neat. If I had a nano (via red ferret)

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13:42:08
I note from the Guardian last week that this "5 a day" lark is just because the UK government doesn't think people will buy into bigger numbers. It seems that it is "17 a day" in Japan. I'm a vegetarian and I don't think I eat 17 different fruit/veg in a day.

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11:30:08
I note that other people have got their ValleySchwag, and mine has still not appeared.

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10:24:08
There are some pictures of some lovely five string electric mandolins at emando but I can't actually get it to let me link to the page. Don't you just hate when people don't understand what the web is about?

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10:23:08
Cool Mandolin (way too much flash though, but the music nice)

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10:08:08
Gliffy (via red ferret)

7 June 2006

Thanks to Pat, Dru, Lynn
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21:51:07
Can you make any sense of this? (via J-Walk)

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21:40:07
I definitely won't be buying a Deering then. Not that I am in the market for a banjo anyway - I am perfectly happy with my Ibanez Artist.

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21:23:07
Possibly

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21:19:07
Fabulous electronica version of On the Road Again (via sharpeworld)

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21:11:07
Hah

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21:09:07
Roomba costumes????

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21:08:07
Hmmm

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16:25:07
Bizarre, but a fine backing band. Thank you "someone" (As the comments below the video say, what is DLR on?)

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15:24:07
Weird

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14:38:07
Now I'm cross because Gary's ValleySchwag has arrived and mine hasn't yet.

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08:36:07
Martin Taylor - amazing

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08:34:07
RIP Billy Preston

6 June 2006

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22:00:06
Good Grief

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21:29:06
Hah (via J-Walk)

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21:17:06
The Monkey Chow Diaries

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21:06:06
Penny says "get me some"

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13:46:06
Amazing

5 June 2006

Thanks to Dru, Paul, MrBR61
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23:38:05
Nutters

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22:45:05
Ridiculous

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22:15:05
OP, NKC and Coleman Hawkins (Anyone read the Japanese on the banner at the back???)

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22:12:05
More OP

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22:02:05
Cracking set of piano video links over at White Man Stew. (That's Round About Midnight that Monk is playing, Pat) The Oscar Peterson track is AMAZING!!!!! (though Joe Pass needs turned up a little) Watch Joe Pass's face about 3 minutes in when they start trading licks and Peterson does something entirely uncopyable. You also get to appreciate how huge his hands are when he starts playing stride about 7 minutes in.

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21:21:05
Odd

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16:51:05
Hah

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16:41:05
Edward de Bono launches a new religion - I will refrain from making any comment.

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16:25:05
Quiet American

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16:16:05
Clitoraid - brought to you by the Raelians

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16:11:05
I've now 2G in my work desk machine. Seems to make a difference.

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08:46:05
Hah "I liked it so much better when conservatives weren't trying to be cool. I liked their, stern, iron-jawed parental disapproval of everything that happened since Calvin Coolidge blew town. I liked it when they thought it was all devil music sent by Khrushchev to take advantage of a young populace already weakened by fluoride in the water and Elvis on the electric television set."

4 June 2006

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22:47:04
Nice playing, nice guitar

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22:44:04
Di Meola

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22:43:04
Take 5

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22:25:04
Huh???

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22:16:04
abandonments. decay. industrial mayhem.

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22:14:04
Hmmmm

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20:55:04
Build your memory

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19:52:04
4'33"

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19:49:04
A ton of good vids over at Sharpeworld

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19:43:04
Zen stories (via Plep)

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19:37:04
Worst songs of the 80s

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19:07:04
I thought this was really interesting. YMMV of course

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15:55:04
NY Goofs - I am mystified by clowns : not funny, scary, freighted with cultural baggage etc. etc.

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13:30:04
"incomplete Jews"

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10:45:04
Myspace - the movie

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10:40:04
The essence of rabbit

3 June 2006

Thanks to Ole, Bruce
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11:23:03
Nice mashups (via Thumbrella)

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11:12:03
Bowie's teeth

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11:05:03
From old books

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11:04:03
'Shopped images

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11:00:03
Driftwood horse - rather fine

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10:04:03
I need a large source of old J-pop videos, the ones where they put the lyrics on the screen. I reckon that they would be good for learning to speed up one's reading of Japanese, even if you can't actually understand it.

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09:58:03
I didn't know that Fenella Fielding is Marty Feldman's sister.

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09:55:03
Electric Avenue

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09:43:03
GastroIntestinal Stasis, The Silent Killer

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00:49:03
Weird.tv

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00:17:03
Bangkok Bob

2 June 2006

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20:29:02
Prolapse - in favour of eating in front of the TV, Rambling - jewellery for sheep, Wormcast - downloadable worm, Bacchanalian - to bet on an outsider in the space race, Tissues - important matters in Yorkshire. I'm listening to I'm Sorry I haven't a Clue if you hadn't guessed. You'll have had yer tea?

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20:14:02
The Fields programme was quite interesting.

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17:15:02
I wonder if it would work for midges?

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16:50:02
Old, but now with a domain of its own - Superdickery

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16:35:02
Good grief, there is a lot of med spam getting through the filters today.

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16:33:02
I was thinking about Doc Watson. He's one of those people who makes perfectly timed interjections : "You pick one, boy" and stuff like that. Most people can't do it and get it to sound right. It's a sort of duende thing - there are people who do the claps for flamenco (who have a name that I can't recall offhand) because they are so good at doing it right. It's like going Hyeuch during a reel, or Yeah during a great improvisation. It's just hard, and there are those few people who can just do it and add to the overall quality. Bastards.

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16:26:02
So stupid it's not worth commenting on really

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13:57:02
Woot, Rickie Simpkins and band storming through Sally Goodin' - fantastic!

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12:54:02
Useful

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09:12:02
Ask a Republican

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09:10:02
10 things I hate about commandments - Brilliant

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09:07:02
Hah

1 June 2006

Thanks to Graydon
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23:21:01
Graceland

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23:16:01
Trenchtown - anyone point me at the Government Yard?

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22:41:01
Hmmmm

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21:56:01
Hah

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15:18:01
Remarkable and lots of nice music too (via Militantplatypus)

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15:08:01
I tried that Applet that maps links as a picture that everyone has been linking to on this page and it BSOD my machine.....

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14:59:01
Good Grief - and all imported too. (via KGB Report)

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13:45:01
Ah, Tony Rice playing Lost Indian - sounds like Doc Watson's in there somewhere too.

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09:53:01
Great Joe Pass video - I saw him in the 70s at the People's Theatre in Newcastle. He was amazing. (via White Man Stew)

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09:04:01
"Who Took the Cork off my Lunch? A Tribute to WC Fields, comic genius and anti-hero" - it's on Radio 4 today and sounds as thought it might be good. Pick it up on listen again or tune in live.

31 May 2006

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23:37:31
Hot club of cowtown - a favourite band of mine

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23:34:31
Deuve Spriggens

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23:30:31
Spade Cooley (Who murdered his wife and dropped dead back stage when he had been let out of prison for one night only to play a gig)

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23:29:31
Nice (cracking guitar work and some nice steel too)

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22:46:31
Hah

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18:53:31
Anyone know anything about the legal side of forming co-operatives in the UK? I haven't found anything useful on google yet.

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16:51:31
Mouth to Mouth (NSFW)

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16:39:31
I just bought a bottle of Licor 43 which is rather nice. (try a splash of it over strawberries and vanilla ice cream)

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16:39:31
#1 Amazing Drink Archive

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15:54:31
Racoon facts

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15:27:31
Deception in the Church (is there such a word as missiological?)

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12:59:31
Tough (via Militantplatypus) URL fixed....

30 May 2006

Thanks to Ole, Jack
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23:11:30
Good grief, toothbrushes are complicated now. The ergonomic handles don't fit in the toothbrush holder and you practically need a training course to use them. And of course they cost a ludicrous amount of money and youa re supposed to replace them at ever decreasing intervals. My current one has some weird thing in the handle that bends when you press too hard. I think. At least it doesn't vibrate. Yet.

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22:27:30
Japan at night

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20:20:30
QBSAUL Hypertexts

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20:19:30
A Qabalistic Interpretation of Dr. Seuss' GREEN EGGS AND HAM

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20:16:30
English Qabalah Calculator of the Thelemic Order of the Golden Dawn

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20:14:30
Crowley's books

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20:10:30
Dibber cartoons

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20:08:30
Gematria Index of the English Dictionary

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20:07:30
Dictionary of Ichthyology

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20:02:30
Rome in the steps of an 18th Century traveller

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17:04:30
Jesus Pan - why would you need two?

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16:53:30
Contortion and Flexibility images (which I got to when looking for info on the Ross Sisters whose clip was linked on J-Walk today)

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16:44:30
Ice Lens photos (via J-Walk)

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16:41:30
Kodama

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12:45:30
Inside Japan

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10:18:30
Excellent

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09:55:30
OSX on the web

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09:52:30
Strange (dubbed) Django clip

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09:46:30
Hah

29 May 2006

Thanks to Ole
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22:31:29
Useful jazz page - some great links here.

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22:26:29
How Jazz Musicians Practice

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22:20:29
No excuses on save lives in may yet.....

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22:19:29
Hmmmmm

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21:44:29
Organum Mathematicum

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20:36:29
Truck driver's gear change

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19:14:29
On-line Chinese tools (I don't know if these are same ones as Gary linked to over at Thumbrella)

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19:02:29
Good grief

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09:27:29
Digibarn

28 May 2006

Thanks to Ugly1, Lynn
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20:01:28
Colourisation

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19:53:28
Rock Dust

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19:53:28
Seercentre

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19:41:28
Remarkable

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10:25:28
Oh, it's today now....

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10:23:28
Musical Saints (via J-Walk)

27 May 2006

Thanks to David, Lynn
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20:31:27
Paper Model Cars

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20:30:27
Moist Towelette

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20:28:27
Hah

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11:15:27
Ummmm

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10:51:27
Nice

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10:14:27
The ibar site

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10:12:27
iBar

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10:06:27
I listened carefully to the mosquito sound and heard nothing. Then I realised that I had the sound turned off. Mind you, when I put the sound on I still didn't hear it - I need to check with some young ears that there is a mosquito sound there..... I played it to my daughter and a friend (without telling them what it was) and they both went "what a horrible noise!!!" So it does work.

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10:00:27
Mathematical imagery

26 May 2006

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21:58:26
Postcards I made

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21:37:26
Tibet

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21:29:26
Hah

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21:14:26
RIP Desmond Dekker

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21:10:26
Now I'm coming back from Edinburgh on the train.

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08:01:26
Hey! Mobilog! I'm on the train going to Edinburgh.

25 May 2006

Thanks to Lynn, JC
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16:21:25
Hah

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16:19:25
Nice Tom Tomorrow

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16:13:25
For thos who know him, Ole in 1965

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14:11:25
The Thinking Eye

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14:09:25
Hmmmmmm "I would have dismissed Eric Julien's message regarding danger from a comet fragment on May 25, 2006 as simply crackpot tidings were it not for some dreams and experiences which others and I have had, first two years ago and then again this year" Interesting to see what it says tomorrow (assuming we are not all washed away of course).

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12:46:25
Quite futuristic in a bladerunner sort of way.

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12:12:25
Hah (via J-Walk)

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11:04:25
I see that Paypal mobile has arrived here. Clearly the first thing to do when you find a mobile is to try and see if you can send yourself some money....

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10:29:25
Where catless lives

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10:26:25
Here's where I went to school (though it hasn't been a school for a long time)

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09:30:25
Photobook guide

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09:27:25
Hmmm (seems to need IE)

24 May 2006

Thanks to Len, Graydon, JC
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22:07:24
aaargh, 2 hours of Salsa and then an hour and a half of digging at the allotment : I'm knackered.....

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16:43:24
ColorBox

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16:15:24
Good grief

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13:56:24
Nice

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13:54:24
Immortalia

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13:32:24
Creation Evidence Museum

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10:25:24
Red - try other colours of course. Pink is particularly strange

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09:15:24
I didn't know that George Clooney was Rosemary Clooney's nephew.

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09:15:24
Jazz Museum in Harlem

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09:14:24
I corrected the link to Candy from yesterday.

23 May 2006

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23:29:23
I hadn't realised that Kevin Kelly is an evangelical. Explains a lot.

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21:45:23
Bad tattoos

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21:36:23
Go Candy (link now pointed to the right place!!)

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16:05:23
Hah

22 May 2006

Thanks to Clave, Ole
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21:58:22
80s videos Just watched Cyndi Lauper's Time after Time - an all-time favourite song)

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20:44:22
Tokyo Gotham

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16:56:22
Useful

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16:55:22
Mr Bling

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16:53:22
Hah

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15:17:22
Men with banjos who know how to use them - don't know when this was, but Earl's looking OK. Better than Pete Wernick.

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12:49:22
Chronon

21 May 2006

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21:08:21
I never knew that Mingus had Lou Gehrig's disease.

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17:06:21
Worldmapper - most excellent

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16:40:21
Nicolas Slonimsky

20 May 2006

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23:17:20
Hmm, I see I should be thinking about agressively monetizing this weblog. EAT MORE CAKE! (cake marketing board?),

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23:06:20
Hah

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22:06:20
PHP GED View

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22:05:20
RIP Freddie Garrity

19 May 2006

Thanks to Ole, Graydon
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23:01:19
Schneier on Privacy

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22:59:19
Good Grief - I thought Jesus was Jewish, not a Robin Hood look-alike in a gown.

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13:26:19
Hah

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13:24:19
Fantastic

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13:19:19
Neat

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10:20:19
Hah

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10:17:19
10 things you don't need (several of which have been mentioned here before, but there are some new ones)

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10:00:19
Ghettos Wine

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09:40:19
Hmmm

18 May 2006

Thanks to JC, Lynn
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13:48:18
Best Ever Ad from the man who brought you TV in Japan

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13:42:18
Used cars

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13:42:18
Build a magnetic strip reader

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13:41:18
Reptiles

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13:35:18
More on last nights concert : the stand out was Bryan Gear from Shetland accompanied by Violet Tulloch, wonderful, wonderful Willie Hunter style playing. The "star" player was Calvin Vollrath who was also fantastic though in a completely different way : vast technique and skill in lots of different styles. Lots of good sound samples on hist site, including his tuned named for Bryan Gear which they played together last night. (They all played in Edinburgh the night before and Phil Cunningham and Ali Bain tutned up so that must have been better). The end of the gig was weird as it looked as though all the fiddlers were going to come on and play together and that seemed to get stifled very quickly for some reason.

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13:23:18
History of the US legal pad

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13:06:18
Antarctic slang

17 May 2006

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23:30:17
Fantastic fiddle concert at the Sage, Gateshead tonight. More details when I have time.

16 May 2006

Thanks to Graydon
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23:01:16
Sinatra and Jobim (Via J-Walk) Pity about the string section though.

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22:41:16
Tearoom fetish?!?!?!?!?!

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22:37:16
Pzizz - I wonder how this is different from the brainwave generator software I linked to recently. Apart from not being free.

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22:28:16
Backward Bush (this must be one of the few domain names containing the word bush that doesn't lead to pr0n

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22:08:16
Pufff

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17:10:16
Very neat

15 May 2006

Thanks to Bruce, JC
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22:56:15
Why lose the twittering of the sparrows?

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22:39:15
Hmmmmm

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16:11:15
Refrederator

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15:21:15
The Naturist Society

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15:20:15
New Pages

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14:41:15
When did they get Yeti in Yosemite?

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13:50:15
Wouldn't it be easier to peel it first?

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10:03:15
Odd

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09:35:15
Bessie Smith singing Alexander's Ragtime Band makes the cut as well.

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09:15:15
I can't imagine anything sounding better on a misty may morning than Tony Rice, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush and Vassar Clements playing Blackberry Blossom

14 May 2006

Thanks to JW, Larry
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21:37:14
Harp history

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21:20:14
Marumushi

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19:28:14
Tough

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10:07:14
Just round the corner from me. The publicity is a tad OTT but I'll probably be going along.

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09:52:14
Richard Harter's World

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09:47:14
Want

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09:34:14
That Mt St Helens slab

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00:38:14
nice

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