Archive: January 2002

Nothing scares me quite as much as the amount of people wo read this 🙂 Okay, an update, *deep breath* I’ve done nothing Well, Not /strictly/ true. I’ve almost finished the Story Archive site known as Project Albatross, (Just the

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Back. Shortly (as in, 15 minutes) after the last entry, I left for the sunny environs of Cambridge, where I was late. The fact that I was half a hour late for my own Birthday party should not in any

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Once a year we celebrate, With stupid hats and plastic plates, The fact that you were able to make Another trip around the sun. And the whole clan gathers

sometimes i really like your weblog and sometimes i don’t. you’re kind of like, “boo hoo. girls.” but then again, you have a messy haircut. and then, sometimes, you’re all, “i like soul coughing. wee!” and then you’ll go on

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Aquarionics now has an RSS feed. This is the standard that My.netscape, Slashdot, and various other places use for the headline-boxes you find on their sites. This is the first step in making a portal like the Linux Portacabin within

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A mini-essay, while I’m away on holiday in Bath. This is an extension of something I did for my Opendiary a year or so back. I tend to fail essays, my writing style gets in the way of anything I

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On the first day, Which was Sunday, there was stuff happening, and I read Girlfriend in a Coma (This was recently misspelt in this very entry as Girlfriend in a Comma, which would have made her *very small*. On the

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Nicked from Nattie who always has interesting surveys. It is always a pleasure to hear from ….. Anyone. Leave comments 😛 The weather this month has been ….. Cold but refreshing. I am hoping that ….. I can get work,

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But I’ve now got all my admin stuff for Aquarionics finished. So I can reply to messages by email, delete messages, and *finally* read messages marked “Personal” Ain’t that Neatocool? Now I can get rid of the old design from

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I am about to lose my temper. This doesn’t happen often, and I have a tendancy to hurt people when it does. Me, mainly. Like having to work *really* hard to stop myself from punching a hole in the monitor.

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