Archive: June 2003

RSS (Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summery, RDF Site Summary, RDF Site Syndication, Really Stupid Situation) is a format originally designed for placing the salient headlines of popular news sites on another site. The theory ran that the RSS file

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So, a new thing for a new week then, and the start of a grand tradition whereby I introduce you to tracks you never ever would have even have considered listening to. In this case, you probably shouldn’t, but you

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So far this month, this weblog has been about many things. Tea, hithertofore, has not been foremost among them, but it is this subject I must draw upon this evening. I have this reasonably well known thing about tea. Real

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Okay, so Karen wants a meet, and damnit I do to. So: Some weekend between the 15th of July and the 1st September, I am going to hold a UK Blog meet in central London (Probably in the Green Man,

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This day, I have been mostly… Playing The Sims. I’m abusing a friend’s Off-Site Backup of The Sims (and six expansion packs – less Deluxe) in order to find out how much difference it makes. The answer is not a

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This evening I tripped over some singing lawyers. That is, while waiting for the updates for my brand new WinXP install I was wandering around the internet and discovered MoFonics the band of the copyright specialising legal group MoFo. And

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The RNIB has launched it’s new site. I’m appalled. The RNIB are one of the people behind the UK’s recent push for web-accessibility, including full support of the WAI standards. The RNIB site is a prefect example of a site

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So, nothing is happening. In a bun dance. Yup, nothing beyond waltzing danishes is happening within the Aquarionic universes. The closest thing to anything happening was last night, when we had Strawberries and Cream, and managed to get it everywhere,

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Yesterday, I got an email saying I won $100 worth of Amazon.com gift voucher from an online survey I completed three months ago. Today my DVD drive decided to die. Slowly. And at fifteen minute intervals. Balance in all things.

At 13:00 I started to read Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. At 18:00 I finished it. ’s good.