Archive: October 2003

Okay, take a painting. It’s wonderful, a masterpiece. Every item has it’s perspective just right, the shading is perfect, and things that are misted are lightly fogged out. You don’t get details, but then, you don’t need details. It’s a

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Recovered from cold. Will start back on actual content in November. 10 entries in a month not good. Full sentances also not good. Recreated version of The Divine Comedy’s track “The Booklovers” as filked to 80’s kids TV shows. The

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I have a cold. This is my excuse, and it’s a good excuse. Me having a cold has three main effects on my life, and they are these: One: It means the amount of tea I drink is the same,

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When Mr Amery of Cambridge announced that he would shortly be celebrating his score and sixth birthday with a party of special magificence, there was much talk and excitement in Hobbiton. When this was to be coupled with the birthdays

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On the front page of Aquarionics is a brand new thing, which is – co-incidentally – also a thing we’ve had since launch in January 2000. It’s gone though various code revisions, various new versions, and various rethinks. This doesn’t

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A recipe for disaster Did you know that in america, people buy pasta by the box? How big is a box? We don’t know. Thus, when a recipe starts “take two boxes of rice”, we should know to leave the

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Some of you, my loyal readership, will have noticed that not only are we back in the land of the standard blue-specs/aq9 design for the whole site, but where once out-of-date Vice City stats dominated the sidebar, now the more

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So, today I was searching on my shelves and retreived “C for Dummies” parts 1 & 2, “Database Systems (A practical approach to application design, implementation and management)” and “An Introduction to System Analysis and Design” all for the first

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[ Amazon UK | US ] Edward Rutherfurd is an author with a specialised genre all of his very own. He writes historical fiction which follows a place though the people who live there. ‘The Forest’ is a novel about

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Lack of entries? Lack of life. My entire life at the moment seems to consist of Wake up, Go to work, Code, Go home, Dinner, Sleep, Wake up. Go to work, fix computers, go home, dinner, sleep…) with variations like

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