Archive: April 2003

Okay, so the referer tracking stuff is now in, along with an implimentation of Phil’s suggestion of a most popular list (currently only doing Journal entries, the more generic version will be a little more complicated). It also outputs as

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Today is apparently Perfomance Art day in the Neighbourhood. Mike has a whole load of links to people taking part, saving me the effort. For my part, I’ve decided to read the thing that I enjoyed most this week into

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Today I… Awoke at 6:30, when a doorbell went off in my dream, causing me to leap up and find dressing-gown and go downstairs. Had the floorboards collapse when I stepped into the shower Still haven’t had my first cup

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So, Once more I’ve returned to the fictional town of Paddock Wood. I was born within five miles of here, I lived here for twenty years – give or take, what with large amounts of time in Sunderland and the

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No, the previous post does not mean I’m splitting up with LoneCat. I’m not. That poem was written at least a year before me and her got together, and was posted to the Creative Writing section of the site. People

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You wanted lymericks?… Game Over. I’ve had enough. In fact, I’m though. Relationship over, for you. My life is a falsehood. Your promises no good. I told her, Game over, we’re though. It started, god is it a year? It

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Aquarionics Trying to out-do Nick Boalch Now has search logging. On top of this fact I seem to have contracted Mark’s haiku meme. It’s an odd diesese It’t caught ‘bel and Vaughan as well. It’s also scary. But should not

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Selfaware Aquarion is a coder/designer/writer living somewhere in England ( Cambridge Reading Letchworth, currently. This changes on a yearly basis). He is in his early twenties (Twenty two three, in fact) and an Aquarius. His birthday has been on the

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Data is fun. One of the nicest things you can do to a programmer like me is give him (or her) a pile of data in a nice format that is easily extractable, and tell him (or her) to go

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Right, The Story So Far: Aquarion moved out of Cambridge, looking at a flat in Reading. Flat in Reading was found, applied for and first part of deposit (£250) was paid as an Admin Fee. Aquarion stays with pol &

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