Archive: June 2001

Got a job for a bit. Did it, got paid. Nuff said. Back to redesign and stuff. Randomness happened on IRC last night, which was fun. You haven’t lived until your IRC persona is being ripped to shreads by a

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Okay, Aquarionics Design 2.4.4 is back (2.4.4 is the design with Microsoft’s Smarttags system disabled, until I can get the system working in my favour 🙂 The version numbering system, factfans, is Rethink.Design.Revision. Aquarionics 1 was the old Aquarion site

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I have, sitting on my Harddrive, about eight complete redesigns for Aquarionics. This is one of them (I design them on a 800*600 “Scratch” graphic, then recreate them in HTML. I do this fairly often 🙂 It took me about

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Okay, Slight delay. since previous updates. Stuff has failed to happen on epic scales. First, my computer bits, arrived. Then my cheque, then Tropico, Final Fantasy VII, A Playstation, A New Book entered my life in quick sucession, followed shortly

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He stopped on the road away from Pyratic. He turned his back to his destination, and reviewed both the road he had travelled and the city that lay beyond it. Never was there a place like it, and nowhere could

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from a post on alt.sysadmin.recovery by J.D. Baldwin There are many beautiful and elegant phrases in the English language. It can express a really astonishing range of powerful and subtle emotions and concepts. Chaucer, to Shakespeare, to Milton, to Jane

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Okay, severe lack of updates. Stuff not happening. Money doesn’t quite streach as far as it used to, for starters 🙁 I spent much of last night trying to work out an entry. This is bad, mainly because whilst doing

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hello peoples. I’m home. I’m in kent, I have travelled the distance (with help from parents) and me and my eight archive boxes of crap arrived on the doorstop Saturday evening. Since then I have done /nothing/, Well, Not Quite

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I’d like to say that the reason for no diary entry yesterday was the above. It isn’t. In a truly epic coding session, which began at approximatly 2pm yesterday (An hour after I got up) and ended at half past

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Durham was fun 🙂 Lonecat gave me a tour of Durham yesterday, which was cool, we listened to portions of each others MP3 collection, and now I have more more Weird Al stuff then I knew existed last week, and

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