Archive: July 2002

Actual jungle forestry is not required Via LoneCat

So, Manic Miner then. It came up on IRC, so a few nice and friendly links, like the original author’s frankly terrifying home site, or the authenic version of Manic Miner for Windows 95, but the purists will always go…

Today was a day of extremes. Lets take a look at them… From Live-In Girlfriend to Medium Distance Relationship LoneCat went home. Boo. I see her again in a couple of weeks for the con. Yay. From humid and hot…

http://www.mandolux.com/ Nice images Via Too Much News

Newish thing in the writings section, an MP3 of me reading Rosalind. The MP3 is here

*Real* Harry Potter fans wouldn’t mind waiting for the next book A war of words in crayon, between kids with short attention spans who belive that the world should ignore Harry Potter because the next one has been in production…

So, the new design is now fully uploaded (Look around a bit, things will be a little wierd while the various caches stop playing silly buggers) Fonts are a little smaller, menus a little rounder, and the whole thing slightly…

Americans sue fast-food chains Apparently, people who eat junk food do so because they have been lulled into thinking that deep-fried chicken with extra lard coating and a big sign in it saying “Don’t eat this, your heart won’t cope”…

New in the nodes section, A quick guide to linking to things on Amazon

A tutorial, or guide, to Amazon Item Links, and making them usable. An amazon link is made up of four parts, server, path, asin and session. http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000050ABX/202-0443038-0326228 ——————–/ ————–/ ——–/ —————–/ Site Name Script Code # Session Ref. See below…